Apple raises the bar for Wi-Fi with the iPhone 15!

Apple, once again at the forefront of the smartphone world with the iPhone 14 series, continues to work on its new series, which should be released in the last quarter of this year. New information about the series, which is prepared with many different features, keeps arriving.

iPhone 15 series will feature Wi-Fi 6E technology. Wi-Fi 6E technology, which is also on the agenda in the iPhone 13 and 14 series, is also mentioned with the expected series. But this time the claims are strong. Barclays analysts Blayne Curtis and Tom O'Malley announced in a research paper published this week that the iPhone 15 series will feature Wi-Fi 6E technology.

Previously, Apple used Wi-Fi 6E technology in its 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pros, 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros, and Mac mini models. The company used Wi-Fi 6 in the iPhone 14 series. Apple wants to break new ground with its smartphones.

The information obtained previously contains important information about the device. Accordingly, the iPhone 15 could be the first model to feature the A-series chip with TSMC's next-generation 3nm technology. The 3nm chip technology is said to improve processing performance by 10 to 15 percent and reduce power consumption by up to 30 percent. On the other hand, the iPhone 15 Ultra will enter the stage with a curved screen and a thinner frame compared to its predecessor. In addition, the series remains the same as the iPhone 14 series in terms of screen sizes.

Periscope lens technology will arguably find its place in the new Pro models in the range. Additionally, replacing the long-discussed Lightning connectors with USB-Cs will likely become a reality with the iPhone 15 models. Dynamic Island, which recently entered the smartphone world with the iPhone 14 Pro models, will be found on all models of the new series

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