The iPhone 15 Pro models will have 8GB of RAM, a USB-C port, and multiple camera upgrades. Taiwanese research company TrendForce.

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In today’s press release, TrendForce says that the iPhone 15 series will once again consist of four models, and that just like the iPhone 14 series, only the two Pro models will receive Apple’s latest processor. Users can expect the Pro models to be powered by the A17 Bionic chip, while the standard models will be powered by the A16.

TrendForce predicts that the 15 Pro models will come with an increased 8GB of RAM to complement the A17 chip, compared to 6GB for the iPhone 14 Pro models. Standard models will likely continue to have 6GB of RAM.

A switch from Lightning to USB-C is widely rumored for iPhones as well The European Union passed the law such a change is required at the beginning of this year.

In line with previous reports, the research firm expects the iPhone 15 Pro Max to feature a Telephoto lens with periscope functionality. 10x optical zoom or higher, compared to the current 3x limit. Pro models should have an improved Prime lens with an “8P” design, an additional optical element for better camera performance.

TrendForce reports that the iPhone 15 models will be equipped with a Qualcomm modem for 5G, as Apple is still not satisfied with the mmWave performance of its internal modem. The research firm believes that Apple will introduce its own 5G modem in 2024.

Apple is likely to announce the iPhone 15 series in September 2023.

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