Only in September 2023 will we get to know the iPhone 15 series, but rumors about the next smartphones continue at great speed, oblivious to the time that still remains.
The latest rumor points out that the next generation of the iPhone will include Dynamic Island functionality on all models in the series.
Four new iPhone 15 models and all with Dynamic Island feature
Apparently, all iPhone 15 models will have the Dynamic Island feature [email protected]
There is still a long time for Apple to reveal its next generation of iPhone, but rumors are multiplying at lightning speed in the web world. One of the latest suggests that Apple will include its successful Dynamic Island feature on all models in the new series.
This new series will feature four new models, as in the iPhone 14. They are: iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Ultra. Yes, it seems that the Cupertino company can rename the most advanced model of its Pro Max smartphone and designate it as Ultra, just like its latest smartwatch.
Other sources advance that the iPhone 15 and 15 Pro will arrive equipped with 6.1-inch screens while the 15 Plus and Ultra will feature 6.7-inch panels. But only the most advanced models, 15 Pro and 15 Ultra, will be entitled to the 120 Hz refresh rate and Always-On-Display functionality.
Rumors also advance that also in this generation Apple will continue to differentiate the most advanced models from the base models, with regard to the processor. In this sense, only the 15 Pro and Ultra will house the company’s proprietary A17 Bionic chip inside. The remaining models will include the A16 Bionic, currently present on the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max.
Lockdown zone in China could bring bad news for Apple
Other Apple-related news reports that the Chinese region of Zhengzhou is under a lockdown, implemented by government authorities, to contain a new outbreak of Covid-19.
It is exactly in this region that the Foxconn factory is located, one of the main responsible for the production of all iPhone models.
Since the Chinese government has banned all vehicles (with the exception of transporting essential goods) from moving into the area, Foxconn was forced to stop all its operations. The block is already in effect and ends on November 9th.
So far, neither Apple nor Foxconn has commented on the situation. For now, information is not yet available on what the impact of this blockage will be on shipping iPhone models to the global market.
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