The Latest iPhone 15 Series Officially On Sale, Pro Series in High Demand

The iPhone 15 series has officially hit the market, as reported by Kuai Technology on September 23. The launch day was a huge success, with customers lining up well before 8 o’clock in anticipation.

Based on sales trends, it is evident that the Pro series, particularly the Pro Max version, is in high demand. The earliest estimated delivery time for new orders is November 14th.

Apple CEO Cook expressed his delight on this significant occasion. He took to social media to celebrate the launch of the iPhone 15 series, along with the new Apple Watch and AirPods in China, emphasizing their newfound indispensability.

While the iPhone 15 Pro may not appear to have undergone significant changes, the overall device represents the pinnacle of the mobile phone industry and showcases Apple’s state-of-the-art mass production technology.

Most notably, the iPhone 15 Pro series is the first to incorporate titanium alloy material, ensuring durability while significantly reducing weight. In fact, both the Pro and Pro Max models weigh approximately 20 grams lighter than their predecessors.

Weighing in at just 187 grams, the Pro version with a compact screen is currently the lightest flagship on the market, surpassing all others.

The iPhone 15 Pro Max introduces a groundbreaking 5x periscope telephoto lens to its imaging capabilities. With a quadruple prism design, it offers a range of seven focal lengths, including macro, 13mm, 24mm, 28mm, 35mm, 48mm, and 120mm. This puts it on par with the top flagship Android devices.

The A17 Pro chip, featuring a 3nm process, boasts an impressive 19 billion transistors. It enhances GPU performance by 20% and supports hardware-level ray tracing. It even has the capability to directly run console games like “Resident Evil 4” and “Assassin’s Creed: Phantom.”

The USB-C interface has also been upgraded to support USB 3, enabling transfer speeds of up to 10Gbps.

[This article’s original source: Kuai Technology]

Editor in charge: Jianjia

Kuai Technology reported on September 23 that the iPhone 15 series is now officially on sale. The launch day was very popular, and there was a long queue before the shop door opened before 8 o’clock.

Judging from the sales situation, the Pro series is clearly more popular, especially the Pro Max version. The estimated delivery time for ordering now is November 14th at the earliest.

Apple CEO Cook was also “delighted to see” this grand occasion. He posted a message to celebrate the launch of the iPhone 15 series, new Apple Watch, and new AirPods in China, emphasizing that “they have never been as indispensable as they are now. .”

Although the iPhone 15 Pro doesn’t seem to have changed much this time, the whole machine actually represents the pinnacle of the current mobile phone industry and is the pinnacle of Apple’s current mass production technology.

First of all, it is the first to introduce titanium alloy material to mobile phones, which ensures solidity and greatly reduces weight, making Pro and Pro Max about 20g lighter than the previous generation.

The Pro version with a small screen is only 187g. This is the lightest flagship on the market at the moment, bar none.

iPhone 15 Pro Max adds a 5x periscope telephoto lens for the first time in terms of imaging It adopts a quadruple prism design and can achieve seven focal lengths of macro, 13, 24, 28, 35, 48, and 120mm It is compatible with Android Top flagships already on par.

The A17 Pro chip, which has a 3nm process at its core, has 19 billion transistors, improves GPU performance by 20%, supports hardware-level ray tracing, and can even run console games directly. Games like “Resident Evil 4” and “Assassin’s Creed: Phantom” will be transferred.

The USB-C interface has been replaced to support USB 3 and can reach a transfer speed of 10Gbps.

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Editor in charge: Jianjia

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