Only a few months after Apple debuted the iPhone 14 series, rumors regarding the iPhone 15 have been spreading online, which suggests that the firm is working at a fast speed.
According to recent reports, Apple's primary assembler in Cupertino, Foxconn, has started "machine trial production" of the iPhone 15.
The insider claims that Apple has given the go-ahead to Foxconn to begin "new machine trial production" as well as NPI for the iPhone 15. The procedure's primary objective is to acquaint the company with the one-of-a-kind design and production needs of the gadget.
This development takes place before the mass production of smartphones begins, which won't take place for a few more months. This time around, the company appears to be getting an early start on the process, which is excellent news considering the impending changes to production as well as the fact that manufacturing will be split between China and India.
The next iPhone 15 series from Apple is expected to arrive with four brand-new models: the iPhone 15, the iPhone 15 Plus, the iPhone 15 Pro, and the iPhone 15 Ultra. Apple will have a device in its range that is considered to be of high quality once again when it launches the iPhone 15 Ultra. The rumour mill has it that the Ultra version will include a chassis made of titanium, a haptic solid-state button in place of the more conventional physical volume controls, and a USB-C port that is able to handle greater data transfer speeds.
In contrast to the iPhone 14 series, in which the Dynamic Island was only present on the Pro versions of the device, Apple has decided to incorporate it into all of the new iPhone models for this year. It is predicted that each of the devices would come equipped with a primary camera sensor with a resolution of 48 megapixels and a USB-C port.