Like the iPhone 14 Pro Max? You’ll love the iPhone 15 Ultra

Do you want to buy the iPhone 14 Pro Max, but have to wait a long time? It also reminds you of iPhone 13? You might want to take a look at the awesome iPhone 15 Ultra launching next year.

It’s been just over 3 months since the iPhone 14 series launched, but rumors and leaks are already popping up about Apple’s next flagship series. While the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max were praised for implementing new features like Dynamic Island, the iPhone 14 was criticized for not having much improvement over last year’s models and keeping the same processor. It seems that Apple has listened and that the Cupertino-based giant will pull out all the stops next year with the iPhone 15 “Ultra”. So if you want to buy the iPhone 14 Pro or iPhone 14 Pro Max, it’s best to wait until next year for the iPhone 15 Ultra.

It was previously revealed that Apple will change its naming strategy and introduce its top-priced flagship as iPhone 15 Ultra to match its new Apple Watch Ultra. Judging by recent reports, Apple could increase the price of its flagship model by as much as $200. According to LeaksApplePro’s tweet, “iPhone 15 Ultra will cost significantly more to manufacture than iPhone 14 Pro Max.”

According to a report from Forbes, “LeaksApplePro states that the iPhone 15 Ultra will have a starting price of a whopping $1299 — a $200 increase over the iPhone 14 Pro Max, and the biggest generation jump in iPhone history.”

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The iPhone 15 Ultra is expected to ship with a starting price of $1299 and could potentially go up to $1799 for the 1TB model. According to LeaksApplePro, the iPhone 15 Ultra will get a minimum of 256GB, which is double the current entry point of 128GB.

Rumors about iPhone 15 Ultra specs

LeaksApplePro reported that Apple is already working on 8K recording and that it could debut the iPhone 15 series next year. Recent renders from AppleInsider have also revealed the look of the iPhone 15 Ultra. These renders show curved edges, dual-front cameras and a USB-C port.

Other rumors also indicate that Apple is working on extending the battery life of the next iPhone series by 3-4 hours. Like this year’s iPhone models, the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus could be powered by the A16 Bionic, while the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Ultra could have the new chip: the A17 Bionic. LeaksApplePro also reported that unlike this year where only the Pro models received the Dynamic Island notch, all iPhone models are expected to carry Apple’s new notch next year.