iPhone 15 to get new UWB chip; periscope lens for Pro Max

The iPhone 15 is all set to be launched next week, and before the day arrives, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman is here with some spectacular revelations.  According to Gurman, the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus are getting the new 48MP camera sensor, and the iPhone 15 Pro Max will feature the new Periscope lens. The new iPhones will also get a new U2 ultrawide-band chip. Multiple previous leaks indicated the iPhone 15 will feature a 48MP camera, replacing the older 12MP main sensor on the standard and the Plus iPhone 15 variants — the same 48MP sensor as last year’s iPhone 14 Pro.  The report also states the titanium frame on the iPhone 15 Pro models would make them at least 10% lighter.  iPhone 15’s new U2 ultrawide-band chip According to the report, the iPhone 15 will feature the new ultrawideband chip called U2. It is the first time Apple has updated the chip since the original U1 that launched with the iPhone 11 Pro. The report further states that all four iPhone 15 models, not just the Pro models, will receive the update. So, we can expect better ‘Find My’ capabilities from the iPhone 15 series. The report says it’s a pretty impressive upgrade compared to the first gen.   .stk-1fcf382{top:-50px !important;left:-50px !important;position:absolute !important;opacity:0.2 !important}.stk-1fcf382 .stk–svg-wrapper .stk–inner-svg svg:last-child{height:200px !important;width:200px !important} The new component is expected to improve location capabilities, making it so people and devices can be tracked more accurately in the Find My app. Apple plans to add this chip to…iPhone 15 to get new UWB chip; periscope lens for Pro Max

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