Apple has again caught us unaware just when we thought it had reached its peak as far as iPhone series releases are concerned. But surprisingly to many, the tech giant launched the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max some weeks ago. Naturally, because of the leaky faucet that is on the internet, we had a fairly good sense of what to expect. But since seeing is believing, we are unable to ignore it.
Though the Pro versions have some extra tricks in their sleeves, the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus have finally caught up to the iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max in terms of style. In particular, the iPhone 15 Pro Max has had significant improvements and modifications.
Let’s examine what makes the iPhone 15 Pro Max standout…
Jaw-dropping camera quality
The iPhone 15 Pro Max’s camera system, according to Apple, is like having “seven camera lenses in your pocket.” Of course, that doesn’t mean the phone has seven sensors—there are only four—but the assertion is largely legitimate given the versatility of these cameras.
Beautiful macro and ultra-wide landscape photos may be taken, but the new periscope lens’s 5x zoom capabilities is the largest improvement. With its 48MP sensor, which can adjust between three focal lengths, the primary camera can record ProRes footage straight to an external drive. Additionally, the iPhone 15 Pro’s sophisticated depth sensor allows you to add bokeh to your images later on.
Finally, Apple has replaced the Lightning port on all iPhone 15 models with USB-C. However, the USB 3 port on the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max is extremely quick, with data transfer rates of up to 10 Gbps. As a result, you can now record ProRes footage straight to an external drive without using up all of the storage on your phone. You may also do away with the need to carry an additional Lightning cable thanks to USB Type-C.
New Action Button
Bid farewell to your ancient Mute Switch, which you have been utilizing since the iPhone’s inception. With the new Action button on the iPhone 15 Pro, you can do more than just quiet your phone. It may be customized to run shortcuts, take photos, record sounds, and open your preferred apps.
It’s still possible to use it to mute your phone, of course, but it takes longer than simply flipping a switch. Now, you have to hold down the button until the Dynamic Island starts to animate and you feel a buzz. In addition, the button can be set to perform other actions, such as activating a shortcut, launching an accessibility feature like a flashlight or magnifying glass, or opening the camera.
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