Pro Performance: Thunderbolt 3 and USB 3.2 in iPhone 15

Pro Performance: Thunderbolt 3 and USB 3.2 in iPhone 15


iPhone 15 models are expected to be released on September 12 or 13 Preorders and sales beginning on day, Friday (September 22). This is a normal release timeframe for Apple.

A leak of CAD models suggests it is likely that Pro models will ditch the Lightning connector to make way for USB-C, which is compatible with the latest European law. This should allow faster charging speeds.

Titanium iphone 15 plus 256gb chassis

There’s been much discussion about the various upgrades Apple is believed to have made in its iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max (or, in the case of who you believe the updated iPhone Ultra). However, one particular upgrade has made a splash: titanium. There are reports that Apple is likely to move from stainless steel and switch to titanium for its Pro models. This would reduce the weight of phones and make them stronger.

This change is also believed to allow Apple to change away of the flat-sided style currently in use in favor of something closer to the curly edges seen on the latest MacBook Pros. The curved edges would add a bit of a more premium appearance to phones and still allow them to support MagSafe and wireless charging.

Titanium is a great option since it’s light and sturdy, and is less expensive to manufacture as compared to stainless steel. That means that it can offer a better price-to-weight proportion than stainless steel. In fact, it may even be less expensive than aluminum. The material is already in use on the Apple Watch Ultra and physical Apple Card, so a shift to titanium on the iPhones is a significant move for Apple. It could also mean an enormous price increase to consumers, contingent upon how much the company plans to invest.

Wireless charging

The anticipated iPhone 15 series has been the focus of several of leaks, including CAD renderings to rumors regarding the camera’s design. Yet, one among the most interesting stories concerns the possibility of wireless charging features. According to a new research by ChargerLab that the standard iPhone 15 will support fast wireless charging of up to 15W. It’s a substantial leap over the current charging speed of 7.5W that is currently accessible with MagSafe chargers.

The new feature is likely to be a part of the new Qi2 open standard. It is an enhanced version of the existing MagSafe technology. It’s claimed to be more effective and allows for better power transfer between charger and phone. Additionally, it’s reported to be more stable than MagSafe, which can become less stable or even dislodged after a while.

This new feature could signal the end of Apple’s”walled garden” policy which had previously restricted the use of non-Apple chargers for its phones. If the company can remove its need for MagSafe chargers to enable wireless charging that is fast this could make it possible to connect others devices such as laptops and tablets that come with a USB C port. This is also a good option to ensure compliance with EU requirements that call for ports to charge devices and also for data transfer.

Fast charging

The latest iPhone series will receive a major improvement in the capabilities of charging. Although Apple hasn’t yet made this change known according to industry sources, it is believed that the latest phones will be faster in charging as compared to their predecessors.

Although, the faster charging features will be restricted to Pro models. It’s possible that the standard model won’t support USB 2.0 technology, which doesn’t give much advantage over Lightning. The Pro model On the other hand, could be equipped with Thunderbolt 3 or USB 3.2 that will provide incredibly quick file transfers.

Apart from faster charging, the upcoming iPhone 15 is also believed to come with a more powerful camera. According to reports, Pro and Max’ models will feature an optical zoom that can provide an up to six-fold optical zoom. The Pro models may also retain the 120 Hz refresh rate.

For the iPhone 15’s battery there are reports that it’ll have up to 18 percent more capacity than the previous model. This increase will allow users to use the phone for an extended period of time than is typical. The new phone will also have a 2TB option for storage. This is more than double what was available in earlier versions of the iPhone.