Apple's current flagship offering is the iPhone 14 series, and while the company has received a lot of praise for including Dynamic Island, it appears that fans are not excited about the next-generation flagship. It hasn't even been a couple of months since the launch, and rumours about the iPhone 15 have begun to circulate on the internet. According to the most recent reports, the iPhone 15 Pro models will feature significant quality and hardware upgrades.
Popular tech analyst Jeff Pu has published a report for Hong Kong-based investment firm Haitong International Securities claiming that the iPhone 15 Pro will receive three new updates. The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, according to Pu, will have a titanium frame, solid-state buttons, and improved RAM performance.
Furthermore, according to Pu's report, the Pro models will be equipped with the latest A17 Bionic chipset, which is based on a 3nm process. The new report is consistent with the previous report by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Apple iPhones currently have stainless steel frames, but the company is expected to switch to a titanium chassis. According to the report, the upcoming iPhone 15 Pro models will feature new haptic engines for the solid-state power button and volume rockers.
The iPhone 15 Pro models are expected to come with 25% more RAM, or around 8GB. While the A16 Bionic chipset with 6GB RAM is expected to power the strand variants. Please keep in mind that the company has yet to officially reveal anything, so take this information with a grain of salt and wait for the official launch.