The much-awaited Apple launch date has finally been revealed, and fans are excited with curiosity for the release of the iPhone 15 series. The event’s interesting theme this year is “Wonderlust,” which is generating buzz among those considering purchasing the latest iPhone model. We have come across a number of leaks and rumors concerning the iPhone’s features, design, camera, and other aspects prior to the real iPhone 15 announcement event. So let’s review some of the iPhone 15’s camera rumors that may actually be confirmed during the announcement.
Specs for the rumored iPhone 15 camera
The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus may include a 48MP primary back camera and a bigger sensor that will enable the camera to capture more light and cause better photographs, according to a previous report by Apple industry analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. According to rumors, the iPhone 15 will have Sony’s CMOS image sensor (CIS), which will capture photographs with greater detail in low light. The upgraded sensor would be an improvement over the iPhone 14 models, which still have a 12MP primary camera, if it turned out to be real.
The iPhone 15 was also expected to have a glass-plastic hybrid lens with an f/1.7 aperture. Additionally, the aperture setting has been improved from the f/1.79 aperture utilized in the iPhone 14 Pro versions. Additionally, it was speculated that Sony’s “state of the art” picture sensors might be used in the iPhone 15 models, although it was not known which specific model would accommodate the new sensor.
Other Specifications of the iPhone 15
The iPhone 15 is expected to have a 6.1-inch screen. Experts also disclosed that in order to comply with European Union regulations, all iPhone 15 models are expected to include a USB-C port. The A16 Bionic chip might be included in the iPhone. The Dynamic Island feature, which was also available on iPhone 14 Pro models, may be included. The smartphone may also come in a new light green color in addition to the rumored black, blue, yellow, and pink color options. However, it is uncertain whether the green shade will be revealed in September or in the spring 2024 collection. The iPhone 15 looks like to cost $799 or less.