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iPhone 15 Standard models likely to get Stacked CIS camera upgrade

iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus are expected to get a camera upgrade; iPhone 15 Pro Models might be left behind.

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Rumours and leaks about the upcoming iPhone have now become a part of our daily routine and the launch date is close by. Every year in September, Apple launches its new range of iPhones. This year too Apple is all set to launch its latest range of iPhones, iPhone 15. It is expected that the standard models will get a stacked CIS camera upgrade. The launch event of the iPhone is anticipated to be held on 13 September 2023. 

Stacked CIS camera

The recent rumour regarding the upcoming iPhone is about its camera. Sources suggest that iPhone 15 and 15 Plus might feature a stacked CMOS that is a Complimentary Metal Oxide Semiconductor image sensor. If this information is accurate then Apple will widen the gap between its standard and Pro model as this feature will reportedly be absent from iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max. 

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Stacked CIS technology is a recent technological advancement that involves adding additional extra layers above the photodiode layer. These added layers enhance photo quality and provide additional benefits such as noise reduction, brighter image rendering, detailed capturing and superior image processing. It is also possible that the standard models get a substantial upgrade from 12MP to a 48MP image sensor. If these rumours about the camera quality of standard models of iPhone 15 are true then iPhone users are going to experience enhanced photography and videography. 

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iPhone 15 expected specifications

Several other rumours have previously surfaced about the specifications of iPhone 15 models. It is expected to have USB-C ports instead of lightning ports. Rumours also suggest that iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max will have titanium frames that will make them costlier. The upcoming iPhone will have thinner bezels as well. Gadget Bridge has already covered almost every rumour that has surfaced about upcoming iPhone models so don’t forget to take a look.

iPhone 15 expected pricing

The expected pricing of iPhone 15 models has surfaced online and has been covered by Gadget Bridge. iPhone 15 is expected to be priced at $799 (Rs 65,700) and 15 Plus may cost $899 (Rs 73,900). iPhone 15 Pro may be priced at $1099 (Rs 90,100) and Pro Max could come with a price tag of  $1299 (Rs 1,06,500).

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Apple has always believed in secrecy and it never discloses any details beforehand to keep customers intrigued. So until the launch of the iPhone 15, all we can do is wait and read about these leaks and rumours. Also, please note that all the information mentioned is based on leaks and rumours as Apple has not issued any announcement to date so you can take the above-mentioned information with a grain of salt.

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