IPhone 15 48 Megapixel Main Camera Vanilla Models Like Pro Apple Rumours Details

IPhone 15 48 Megapixel Main Camera Vanilla Models Like Pro Apple Rumours Details

Unlike last year’s iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus, the iPhone 15 vanilla models may come with 48MP 3-stacked sensors in their main camera, the media has reported. The iPhone 14 vanilla models arrived with 12MP cameras, which was a bummer for many.

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This may change in the next generation as the vanilla iPhone 15 pair will get 48MP 3-stacked sensors in their main cameras, according to a report by Jeff Pu of Haitong Intl Tech Research, first spotted by GSMArena.

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The report added that the new camera sensors will give the vanilla iPhone 15 phones better zooming capabilities, though they still won’t be a match for the Pro models as telephoto lenses will remain exclusive to the pricier models, so will the LiDAR, the report added. The pricier iPhone 15 Pro Max is likely to come with a 6x periscope lens along with the 3x telephoto lens. Also, the new Pro models should upgrade to 3nm Apple A17 Bionic chipsets (and jump from 6GB to 8GB RAM), while the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus will just move up to the current A16 Bionic chipsets.

To recall, the iPhone 14 comes with a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display and it comes in five colourways: midnight, blue, starlight, purple and red colour options. It is powered by the A15 Bionic chipset and runs on the newest iOS 16. In terms of imaging, there’s a 12MP primary lens with a larger sensor and larger pixels, and for selfies, there’s a 12MP front TrueDepth camera with an f/1.9 aperture.

Pegatron Corp, Apple’s Taiwanese contract manufacturer, started assembling the iPhone 14 model in India soon after the launch of the iPhone 14 lineup, reported news agency Bloomberg. According to the news agency, this move makes Pegatron the second Apple supplier to produce the iPhone 14 in India.

The development came when Apple’s key iPhone Pro manufacturing facility in Zhengzhou, China, operated by Foxconn Technology Group, was placed under an abrupt Covid-19 lockdown by authorities. That situation put a spotlight on Apple’s deep reliance on China, though the India expansion was in line with diversification plans already in place, sources told Bloomberg. 

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