iPhone 15 Pro, Pro Max can record 3D videos that can be viewed on Vision Pro in a ‘magical way’
iPhone 15 Prois priced starting at ₹1,34,900, while the iPhone 15 Pro Maxis priced starting at ₹1,59,900.
- A significant change in design is the addition of the USB Type-C port and the titanium body.
- The iPhone 15 Pro is the lightest Pro model to date, thanks to its titanium body.
AdvertisementAfter launching the Watch Series 9, Watch Ultra 2 and the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, Apple launched the highlight of its Wonderlust event – the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max.
The iPhone 15 Pro is priced starting at ₹1,34,900, while the iPhone 15 Pro Max is priced starting at ₹1,59,900. Both the devices will be open for pre-ordering starting from September 15 and will ship from September 22. They will also hit the stores from September 22.
Like the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, the Pro models also come with a much improved camera experience. So much so, these phones will allow users to take 3D spatial videos which can later be enjoyed on Apple yet to be launched VR device, Vision Pro.
Users can re-live the memories in a magical way with spatial video on Apple Vision Pro which will be launched next year, a company executive said at the event. The tech giant also said that these models can replace professional cameras with options like cinematic slow motion capture and more.
The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max come with several changes, both in terms of design and the internal hardware. A significant change in design is the addition of the USB Type-C port, which was much expected in the latest series.
Revamped design and hardware
The iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max now come in a grade 5 titanium body, which is stronger and lighter than stainless steel. This has made the iPhone 15 Pro the lightest Pro model to date.
The company has also reduced the bezels on the device, enabling it to reduce the width of the device without impacting the display.
Another change in design is the addition of the action button. The action button replaces the mute button and is programmable, allowing the user to map it to different functions such as the camera shutter.
The iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max are equipped with the company’s new A17 Pro chipset that is based on a 3nm process. It comes with two performance cores and four efficiency cores.
The A17 Pro chipset is equipped with 19 billion transistors and is claimed to be 10% faster. The new six-core GPU with the A17 Bionic is claimed to be up to 20% faster.
In a good news for gamers, the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max are the first smartphones that are capable of real-time raytracing.
iPhone 15 Pro Max Camera upgrade
The iPhone 15 Pro Max has received the biggest camera upgrade yet. It is now equipped with a 48MP primary camera with a larger sensor, a 12MP telephoto lens and a 12MP ultra-wide-angle lens. The 12MP telephoto lens now offers 5x optical zoom, up from 3x optical zoom on the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
The iPhone 15 Pro comes with a triple camera setup at the back, including a 48MP primary camera that comes with a new nano-scale coating that reduces lens flare. The camera also offers improved low light images and portrait shots, with up to 2x better low light images.
Coming to the display, while the iPhone 15 Pro features a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR OLED alway-on display, the iPhone 15 Pro Max features a bigger 6.7-inch Super Retina XDR OLED alway-on display.
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