iPhone 15 Release Shock Revealed by Apple Leak


A contentious first is delivered by the iPhone 14 line of Apple: it is the first iPhone line to be produced with various chipset generations. Many people thought this was an isolated incident brought on by the global chip shortage, but the first iPhone 15 leak holds a surprise.

While the iPhone 14 has only been out for a week, Apple has already decided to save its next-generation A17 chip for the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, according to a recent report from Nikkei Asia. This is more significant than it was for the iPhone 14 range.

Although there are slight performance differences between the A15 and A16, both chips are far superior to the competition, making the differences less significant. The actual drawback is that there was no discernible increase in battery life from the A16, but this is expected to change with the A17.

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After using 5nm variations for the A14, A15, and A16, the A17 will be Apple’s first 3-nanometer manufactured chip, according to Nikkei. This cutting-edge technology enables the A17 to operate faster, cooler, and with less power consumption than its predecessors. Yes, this appears to be the first processor in four years to offer notable year-over-year improvements in performance and battery life, but only for Pro buyers.

According to Dylan Patel, principal analyst at Semianalysis, according to Nikkei, “Apple is expected to exploit the varied levels of production technology to introduce bigger disparities between its premium and nonpremium models.”

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