According to Gurman, Apple might also adopt a fresh design strategy next year with the iPhone 15 quartet. The current iPhone 14 portfolio more or less follows the same design language the company introduced with the iPhone 11 family, save for the Dynamic Island found on the iPhone 14 Pro models. But the more noticeable change will allegedly happen in the port department.
Apple has reportedly been testing a USB-C port on the iPhones for a while, and it looks like the iPhone 15 Ultra will be among the first models to ditch the Lightning connector, at least if the latest rumors prove accurate. The EU has already paved the way for a mandatory USB-C future for smartphones, and it appears that Apple may finally be ready to comply, lest it risks losing access to the European market.
Previous rumors also hinted at an upgrade to the zoom camera hardware. Instead of the regular telephoto zoom setup that can be found on the iPhone 14 Pro models, the iPhone 15 series will allegedly adopt the periscope-style telephoto lens array. Also known as the folded lens zoom system, this design bends light by 90 degrees and then feeds it to the sensor by passing it through a lens tunnel. A larger area for lens movement ensures a higher zoom range, similar to the 10X optical magnification offered by the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and a bunch of other Android flagships.
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