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iPhone 15 production begins already but do not get your hopes high YET

The iPhone 15 production has already begun in China, helping Apple ensure the production stays on track.

By: HT TECH
| Updated on: Jan 10 2023, 18:56 IST
Apple iPhone 14 Plus Quick Look: Big screen experience for iPhone fans
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1/5 The iPhone 14 Plus starts at a price of Rs. 89,900 for the base 128GB variant. You get it is the same colour variants as the iPhone 14. And the display notch is still present. (Amritanshu / HT Tech)
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2/5 iPhone 14 Plus gets two 12MP cameras on its back (main and ultrawide). Sensor shift stabilisation and Photonic Engine promise better photography and videography on the iPhone. (Amritanshu / HT Tech)
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3/5 iPhone 14 Plus gets a big battery which Apple promises to deliver the best battery life on any iPhone. The 6.7-inch display also makes the phone almost as big as the iPhone 14 Pro Max. (Amritanshu / HT Tech)
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4/5 The iPhone 14 Plus relies on the A15 Bionic chip with the 5-core GPU and 6GB RAM. That makes it as powerful as last year's iPhone 13 Pro Max. (Amritanshu / HT Tech)
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5/5 The main reason to get the iPhone 14 Plus is its 6.7-inch display. Apple is still using a 60Hz OLED panel with support for Dolby Vision support. Not the smoothest display yet and the display notch is still present here. That 2000 nits of peak brightness is also not present here. (Amritanshu / HT Tech)
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iPhone 15 production has already begun, says new report. (Representative Image) (Bloomberg)

iPhone 15 has already entered production! Even though Apple struggles to maintain the demand for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max launched last September, the company is already preparing for its next iPhone launch that is expected to happen in September 2023. The iPhone 15 series is expected to have the same four model lineup as the iPhone 14 but there will be more upgrades. And the preparation for that has already begun.

Based on a new report from Chinese website Money, it is said that the iPhone 15 trial production run has already started. No, this does not mean that Apple has finalised the iPhone 15 for the market yet. Apple's contract manufacturer Foxconn has initiated the New Product Introduction process which allows Apple to figure out how the production would go once the iPhone 15 is ready for the market.

iPhone 15 trial production begins

Other than the NPI process in China, Apple is also working to reduce the manufacturing gap to India. Apple usually delays its iPhone production in India by a couple of months but the company plans to reduce this gap in order to improve its supply chain system. The iPhone 14 production began in India two months after it was initiated in China. Although the company saw greater demand for the iPhone 14 Pro, India continues to be a major supplier of iPhone 14 to the local market and global markets.

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With the iPhone 15, things could be different. Rumours suggest that the iPhone 15 series will introduce bigger upgrades over the 2022 models. The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will ditch the display notch in favour of the Dynamic Island, although the OLED displays could still refresh at 60Hz. These models could also get the newer A16 Bionic chip and a new 48MP camera sensor for the main rear camera.

The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max/iPhone 15 Ultra could get the new 3nm A17 Bionic chip that should deliver superior performance and power efficiency. The iPhone 15 Pro Max could also come with a periscope lens based telephoto camera for improved zoom performance. USB-C port is expected to be a standard affair on all iPhone 15 series models.

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First Published Date: 10 Jan, 18:56 IST
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