The first semester of each year is vital for when you plan to launch your new family of cell phones. In this 2023 it will be the turn of the iPhone 15 and the leaks have already been occupying the front pages of the main specialized websites for months.
There is no doubt that the possibility of integrating the USB-C port is one of the greatest novelties in the Apple smartphone. For the first time in its history, the iPhone could come with the same charging input and data transmission as the rest of the cell phones in the entire world.
News such as storage, screen, size, chipset, operating system, widgets, and cameras have already begun to be rumored. But the most recent leak confirms the fear of users of this company.
According to what you review applespherethe iPhone 15 Pro will increase in price, for the first time in years, in the United States.
Increase in the prices of the iPhone 15 Pro
Some will be wondering what the problem is with this situation, if every time a new iPhone comes out it arrives at a price above that of the previous year. And although it is certainly this way, that is due to the taxes of each country and distribution costs.
In the United States, according to the mentioned website, this version remained at the figure of 999 dollars. The North American country has been affected in the last year and a half with unprecedented levels of inflation. Despite this, the prices of the iPhone Pro were maintained.
So if for the first time they are going to increase in the United States, that means a much bigger price increase for the rest of the world.
What else is known about the iPhone 15?
There aren’t a huge number of changes to the design of the iPhone 14 Pro Max, although the chassis is more curved than before. The height and width are said to be slightly less on the 2023 model, while the thickness has increased a bit.
Those fractions of millimeters also apply to rear camera bump, it seems, with the bump on the iPhone 15 Pro Max set to be a bit shallower than on its predecessor. It seems that the same will be slightly different on all iPhones this time.
These images show the expected switch from Lightning to USB-C for the data and charging port and there are gaps for the power and volume buttons, perhaps because Apple will be using solid-state haptic buttons this year.