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Everything you need to know about the iPhone 15 Pro Rumors

Here’s everything you need to know about the rumored iPhone 15 Pro:

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Apple has reportedly requested TSMC to produce 3nm chips for the upcoming iPhones and MacBooks. The A17 chip for iPhones and M3 chip for MacBooks will use 3nm architecture, with reports suggesting that the A17 chip will be 35% more efficient.

Leaked Geekbench 6 results show that the A17 chip scored 3986 in Single-Core and 8841 in Multi-Core. This means that the A17 chip is 63% faster than the A16 in both Single-Core and Multi-Core performance. For comparison, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 used in the Ultra scored 1965 in Single-Core and 4897 in Multi-Core, indicating that the performance gap is gradually narrowing.

The iPhone 15 Pro will come with up to 8GB of RAM.

The phone’s design will feature thin display bezels, making it the thinnest phone in the world. Additionally, the body will be slightly curved for a more comfortable grip.

The phone’s body chassis will be changed to a lighter and more durable titanium frame. The Volume Button will be the only thing to change with the new frame. It will use Solid State Buttons that return tactile feedback like real buttons, similar to the iPhone 7’s Home Button and the MacBook’s TrackPad.

According to EU Law, the phone must use USB-C, so the iPhone 15 Pro may come with Thunderbolt 3 USB-C. This will provide data transfer speeds of up to 40Gbps, which is almost 84 times faster than the current Lightning Port.

The phone’s thick camera bump may not appeal to everyone.

The LiDAR sensor will be replaced with a VCSEL (laser) produced by Sony.

The phone’s modem will feature Qualcomm’s new X-70 Modem, providing WiFi 6E and faster 5G connectivity.

It is rumored that the phone will come in a red color, as shown in the second picture.

This is currently the most realistic information available on the iPhone 15 Pro. Source: Max Tech, MacRumors.

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