The current iPhone 15 rumors are certain to delight a number of Apple enthusiasts who will be eager to give the tech giant their money as soon as the smartphones are available. Although significant changes to the Pro models were anticipated for this year, it now appears that consumers may need to keep their money in their wallets a little while longer.
The iPhone 15 Pro Max, which may also be referred to as the iPhone 15 Ultra, may not launch until October of this year as a result of the rumored inclusion of a periscope lens in its primary camera configuration, according to a report published on Monday by 9To5Mac.
Sony, a supplier of camera components, will not be able to deliver the image sensor needed for the iPhone 15 Pro Max in time for it to ship with the other new models. According to a significant equities analyst note seen and discussed by a 9to5Mac source, that is the case, the report added.
Furthermore, it won’t be the first time that Apple releases a model after others. While the other three devices in the lineup were on schedule, the new, larger-screen iPhone 14 Plus, which succeeded the iPhone 13 Mini, was delivered in October of last year. After the iPhone XS in 2018, the iPhone XR was released. In 2020, the iPhone 12 small and iPhone 12 Pro Max were released a few weeks following the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro.
Online rumors have also suggested that the iPhone 15 series will allegedly include braided cords for charging that are color-coordinated with the devices, much like the cables that come with the new MacBooks. The only cables that can allow rapid charging for the devices are these ones.
On September 12, the iPhone 15 variants are anticipated to be unveiled.