ANYONE hoping to get the iPhone 14 in September might want to hold their horses for another year.
That’s because the iPhone 15 looks set to pack some big upgrades compared to the next in line.
Apple usually launches its main iPhones in SeptemberCredit: Reuters
Nothing is confirmed until Apple says so but some experts in the know explain why.
According to analyst Jeff Pu, who shared early details with 9to5Mac, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will get a new 48MP main camera.
It’s also reported that the smallest model will have a larger screen than last year because Apple will apparently skip releasing an iPhone 14 mini.
The starting price is also tipped to mirror that of the iPhone 13 range, which is welcome news for our pockets.
But if you thought those specs sound good, wait until you hear about the iPhone 15 rumours.
Pu claims that the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max will go even further on camera tech.
He expects they will pack a periscope camera with 5x optical zoom.
That’s up quite a bit from the 3x optical zoom found on current models.
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Given the iPhone’s hefty price tag, some might want to hold off this year’s upgrade and wait it out for 2023’s line up.
Unless you can afford to upgrade your iPhone every year, of course.
That said, it’s still too early to say.
There’s also concern that the upgrade might not even be enough for the iPhone 15.
While a periscope lens does things differently resulting in a better optical zoom, many had hoped the tech giant might go a bit further.
So by 2023, Apple might find itself behind.
We’ll have to wait until September to see what Apple has in store for us this year.
All eyes are on camera featuresCredit: Alamy
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