With the release of the iPhone 14 on September 7, rumors and predictions about the upcoming iPhone 15 lineup have already started circulating on social media.
Here’s everything you need to know.
iPhone 15 release date?
Unfortunately, we don’t have a specific release date for the iPhone 15 yet. This is to be expected as Apple will likely announce the date several months before the release date.
Nevertheless, after confirming the release dates of past models, we have gathered that the new iPhone will arrive in September 2023.
According to a recent report, the tech giant usually releases new iPhones on Tuesday or Wednesday. Therefore, it is suspected that the iPhone 15 will be released on September 12, 2023 or September 13, 2023.
The report goes further, ‘Wednesday seems more likely. Just put a little bit of breathing room between the iPhone launch and September 11, an important day to honor the 9/11 World Trade Center tragedy.’
The website went on to claim that pre-orders for the iPhone 15 will go on sale on Friday, September 15, 2023. After that, the next iOS software update (iOS 17?) will be released on Monday, September 18th.
How much does the iPhone 15 cost?
At this time, we cannot estimate the exact price of the iPhone 15. Still, expect it to be slightly more expensive than the iPhone 14 in its class.
Nevertheless, here are the estimated prices for the iPhone 15, which will be released next year.
- iPhone 15: $799
- iPhone 15 Pro: $999
- And iPhone 15 Pro Max: $1099
- iPhone 15 Ultra: $1299
What are the new leaks and rumors about the iPhone 15?
According to sources, the title of the iPhone 15 Pro Max is actually the iPhone 15 Ultra. This proposal comes after Apple adopted this suffix in the past. Nevertheless, we expect this iPhone model to offer additional features compared to the iPhone 15 Pro.
The iPhone 15 Pro, for example, retains the 14 Pro’s telephoto zoom lens in the camera department. However, the iPhone 15 Ultra is suspected to have a periscope lens for extra zoom, which will be around 5x.
Additionally, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo revealed that 2023 iPhone models will get in-screen Touch ID at the 2017 conference. The year coincides with the release date of the iPhone 15, so we can assume that Touch ID will return to the new model and will be built under the display.