Leaks of Apple‘s next iPhone have already begun to surface, even though it hasn’t even been a full month since the company unveiled the iPhone 14 lineup at its “Far out” event which was held on Sept. 7, 2022, at the Steve Jobs Theater.
OR, wait for the iPhone 15 Ultra instead, as it is expected to have some incredible features if you are considering spending a lot of money on one of these models.
According to a recent report by Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman, Apple could change its naming strategy for the Pro Max version of the iPhone. The iPhone 15’s higher model could debut next year as the iPhone 15 Ultra instead of the iPhone 15 Pro Max, in keeping with Apple’s naming scheme for the new Apple Watch Ultra this year.
Following this story, a report from the well-known tipper LeaksApplePro confirmed this information. According to the sources, Apple is already working on 8K recording, which might make its debut with the iPhone 15 series next year.
LeaksApplePro claims that Apple also could increase the price of the iPhone 15 Ultra to $1,199 from $1,099 in order to rival this year’s iPhone 14 Pro Max. The earlier speculation that this year’s iPhone 14 Pro models may see a $100 price increase was inaccurate.
Other speculations claim that Apple is working to increase the battery life of the upcoming iPhone series by three to four hours and may finally replace the Lightning Port with a USB-C port.
Next year, all iPhone models are reportedly expected to include Apple’s new notch, unlike this year where just the Pro models got the Dynamic Island notch.