Apple has scheduled its Wonderlust event for tomorrow (September 12), where the company is expected to launch its iPhone 15 series. The iPhone 15 could include four models that are iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max which is also rumoured to launch this year as iPhone 15 Ultra. Along with that, the tech giant could also roll out some more devices and software at the event as well.
iPhone 15 series
The iPhone 15 series is expected to launch with the same size as its predecessors; 6.1-inch for iPhone 15 and Pro and 6.7-inch for iPhone 15 Plus and iPhone 15 Pro Max or Ultra. This smartphone lineup is expected to see a lot of change. The iPhone 15 lineup is expected to remove the notch and feature the ‘Dynamic Island’ in all four smartphones.
The iPhone 15 series is also expected to launch with USB Type-C ports. Furthermore, the iPhone 15 standard models could be equipped with an A16 Bionic chipset and the Pro models will include the A17 Bionic chip.
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Apart from that, the iPhone 15 Pro models might also get upgraded to a Titanium frame this time. The mute slider is also expected to be switched with an action button in Pro models. Next up, the iPhone 15 Pro Max might feature a Periscope lens for enhanced zooming capabilities this time. According to this, the prices might also see a hike.
Apple Watch Series 9 and Second-gen Watch Ultra
Apple smartwatches are considered to be the smartwatches around the globe. It is rumoured that Apple will also launch the Watch Series 9 along with the second-generation Watch Ultra. These Apple smartwatches is expected to launch with an advanced S9 chipset, which could improve the performance of these smartwatches even more.
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Apple AirPods Pro Gen 2 (with upgraded case)
Due to the USB Type-C port issue in Europe, Apple might also launch a refreshed Apple AirPods Pro Gen 2 with a case featuring Type-C ports.
Along with all these devices, the tech giant is most likely to roll out iOS 17. The beta version of iOS 17 has already been rolled out but it has a lot of bugs.