iPhone 15 Pro’s Color Spectrum: Grey and Deep Blue Shades

Rumors suggest that there is a possibility that iPhone 15 Pro models will come with a brand new USB-C port that can support up to 40Gbps transfer speed. It’s an improvement from previous versions of the Lightning port.

Besides, there’s an improved periscopic telephoto lens to take stunning night photos. Moreover, the alleged 5G support guarantees speedy internet browsing and data transfer experience.


Apple’s iPhone 15 series is expected to include some major upgrades that will put it well above the rest of the market. Rumors suggest significant battery life improvements, a new processor with upgraded RAM, a sturdier build, and a cutting edge camera with 6-x optical zoom.

An article from 9to5Mac includes exclusive renderings built on CAD models from the manufacturer of a case, which confirms some of the speculations we’ve heard so far. This includes a massive camera bump as well as redesigned buttons with USB-C charging capabilities, smaller bezels, and an entirely new color.

The rumor is that Apple is going to eliminate the white/starlight as well as (PRODUCT)RED regular iPhone options to go with titanium gray in raw form and deep blue hue. It’s likely because of Cupertino switching from stainless steel to titanium to make the Pro model, which makes it more difficult to choose different colors. Apple may also introduce an Action button to replace the mute switch, which can be used to perform a number of functions, including activating Shortcuts as well as to turn on the flashlight and much more.

Performance Improvements

If Apple is able to make the iPhone 15 Pro faster and more powerful, it will make a huge draw for buyers. However, if those improvements are masked by a high cost, not many buyers would be inclined to buy the upgrade.

The A17 Bionic chip may offer greater GPU and CPU cores as compared to the earlier model. Performance improvements on the A17’s has sparked excitement. Geekbench test results suggest enormous performance increases.

Apple might also introduce new “Action” button that will replace the mute button as well as perform other features, such as activating Shortcuts and making the flashlight on.

In terms of wireless charging, it is believed that the new phones will support Qi2 offering speeds up to 15W for fast charging. It’s an enormous increase over the iPhone’s 10W speed. These models are also expected to mark the first Apple models to allow sideloading, which will allow users to install applications from third-party app stores and websites. The feature has been a long-standing request by some customers.

Cutting Edge Camera Tech

Apple has a reputation for developing smartphones’ photography capabilities, and this modelĀ iphone 15 pro vna is no one of them. According to reports, the new models will come with a rear camera, with a stacked CIS design, which will provide improved light-capturing capabilities.

The Pro models will also include a wide-angle camera that has an f/1.7 lens that will boost the low-light performance. In addition, the Pro Max is expected to have a periscope-style zoom lens to provide even greater magnification.

Apple’s move to offer major camera enhancements in its regular iPhone 15 models is a positive one as it’s a solution to a long-standing weakness of the lineup. Even though the regular models won’t include a telephoto lens nor a LiDAR scanner, these improvements will enhance overall performance as well as provide a fantastic photographic experience for all-day users.


For those with one of the iPhone 14 or 13, upgrading onto the iPhone 15 Pro is probably expensive. The phone will likely cost more than its predecessor and starts at $1,199. Apple could also charge extra for the new titanium frame, a move to MagSafe charging, to the Qi2 and also the optical zoom of 6x camera in the periscope.

The A17 Bionic chip offers a big improvement over the A14 in terms of performance as well as the power efficiency. But it’s hard to justify paying the extra $100 just for the A17 Bionic chip. The Augmented Reality features might not please everyone, and the titanium frame’s claimed improved strength doesn’t make a huge difference.

Furthermore, Apple’s anticipated price hike won’t be helpful. Barclays analyst Tim Long claims that the new phones will cost up to $899 in the US around 100 cents more than the iPhone 14.