Introducing iPhone 15: Built to Last with Unprecedented Durability

Introducing iPhone 15: Built to Last with Unprecedented Durability

The iPhone 15 and Pro models are expected to be more durable than their iPhone 14 Pro counterparts. This is largely due to the fact that they will be built with titanium instead of stainless steel, according to sources.

Titanium is lighter and stronger than stainless steel. This will help the iPhone 15 and Pro models to stay much lighter than their brick-like predecessors.

The Ceramic Shield Front Cover

Apple claims that its new Ceramic Shield front glass offers 4 times more drop protection than iPhone 11 – but does it actually hold up? YouTuber MobileReviewsEh puts it to the test.

The front of the iPhone 12 series is made from a glass-ceramic material created by Corning called Ceramic Shield. It uses a new high temperature crystallization process that grows nano-ceramic crystals into the glass matrix, which Apple says makes it tougher than anything on any other smartphone.

The front is not the only thing that’s protected by this new material, the rear camera lens covers also use it. They are able to resist scratches up to level 6 on the Mohs hardness scale, but it’s still susceptible to damage from sharp objects such as keys or a box cutter.

The Camera

The camera is one of the main features that sets Apple’s iPhones apart from the competition. And if reports are to be believed, the iPhone 15 range will make a big leap in this department too.

The upcoming iPhone 15 will reportedly boast of a 48MP sensor that could offer better low light photography and crisper pictures. This sensor will supposedly be stacked with a telephoto and ultra-wide lens to deliver an immersive experience.

The rumor also suggests that the new iPhone 15 will feature titanium frames, which would reportedly give it added durability while keeping the phone’s weight down. This will be a welcome change for those who were dissatisfied with the brick-like construction of the iPhone 14 Pro Max. The curved rear design will also help users grip the phone better and comfortably.

Smart HDR

Apple’s new Smart HDR feature is a great way to take better photos with the iPhone. It automatically combines multiple photos in different settings and uses artificial intelligence to pick the best one. This can improve your photos by making them look more realistic.

However, it is possible to disable this feature if you don’t want to use it. You can do this by going to your camera settings and changing the Smart HDR slider.

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Improved Low Light Photography

Apple’s iPhones have always ranked near the top of smartphone camera quality, but the 15 series could see a big boost in low light performance. Nikkei reports that Sony will supply a new’state-of-the-art’ image sensor to Apple, which is expected to be a main camera on the upcoming iPhone 15. This latest sensor tech roughly doubles the saturation signal level for each pixel, which should help reduce overexposure and underexposure in challenging lighting conditions like a heavily backlit portrait photo.

If this rumor pans out, we could see the iPhone 15 Ultra shun stainless steel for titanium around its edges, which would make it much tougher than ip15 the current heaviest iPhone (the iPhone 14 Pro Max weighs 240g). This would also help the device keep its size down so that it’s a reasonable choice for those who want a large-screened phone that won’t feel too hefty in their hand. The only downside is that titanium costs more than stainless steel on a per-kilo basis.