How impressive is iPhone 15?: iPhone 15 Pro Review

Since the release of the iPhone 15 Pro, it has been very popular and it also had a remarkable review from the users. According to most of the users, there is a remarkable between other iPhone devices and iPhone 15. Let us go through each of these features and the user reviews.

iPhone 15 Pro Review

We have already revealed the prophesies that we can predict on the iPhone 15 based on its cover. Hopefully, most of them came up true. Anyhow, there are the most important features that made this device the most interesting and the biggest upgrade of Apple devices in years.

According to most users, the most fascinating feature of the iPhone 15 is its lightweight and easy-to-use size. Even though the device is way more expensive than the other iPhones, the iPhone 15 pro is said to be 19gs less than the previous release of the iPhone. This can make you comfortable with your smartphone.

iPhone 15 Built

The new iPhone's titanium sides save weight while also shifting the balance of the device toward its center, giving a sense that it is lighter than it actually is.

iPhone 15 Pro feels super lightweight

With its slightly rounded edges, the iPhone 15 Pro is more comfortable to handle even when not on a cover. The textured matte glass coating of the phone has an elegant vibe.

Action Button Review on iPhone 15 Pro

The iPhone 15 Pro also features a new Action button, which takes the place of the side slider switch. The Action button's greatest feature is its ability to be programmed to carry out a variety of operations, including controlling the camera, changing focus modes, starting a voice search, and many more.

Some people might find this disturbing. The reason is people might begin to miss the switch to set silent mode on and off.

Review on iPhone 15 Pro display

Both iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro have a display of 6.1 Inches with Super Retina XDR OLED with 2556 x 1179 pixels, at 460 ppi and 120Hz.

The A17 Pro, the first mobile chip to be constructed on 3nm architecture, powers the gadget. The requirement for improved images and graphics arises from the phone's high speed. You must see and feel it for yourself, but the games are reported to load quicker and play more smoothly.

iPhone 15 Pro display review

iPhone 15 Pro Camera

The camera technology on the iPhone 15 Pro is identical to that on the larger iPhone 15 Pro Max, although the latter device sports a new 5x telephoto camera while the smaller iPhone 15 Pro continues to use a 3x telephoto camera. The 48MP main sensor in both Pro models also has a 24mm f/1.78 equivalent lens. They both have the same 13mm f/2.2 12MP ultrawide camera.

The standard output of the Pro iPhone range is now 24 megapixels, up from last year's 12 megapixels, which is a new feature. Only if you are using the primary sensor and only when shooting normally; as soon as you switch to the macro or night modes, the output will return to 12 MP.

iPhone 15 Pro Camera

The primary sensor's new default 24MP output is wonderful because it provides you the option to take a high-resolution 48MP picture. I also have the 1x sensor's 24/28/35mm choices. Although it's more complicated than an easy zoom, the outcomes are excellent.

The charger and the charging port

The charging port of the iPhone 15 makes a huge difference between others. The device uses a USB-C port instead of a Lightning port.

Since 2012, Lightning has been applied on every iPhone. But instead of a Lightning port, every new iPhone 15 model features a USB-C port. It all boils down to convenience in the transfer. No matter the device, everyone may recharge and transfer data with this universal connector. This implies that you can charge many gadgets using the same charging cable.

iPhone 15 Charging Port

Anyhow, after going through all the massive changes that happened in the new iPhone 15 pro and based on its review, I guess it is worth spending more money on it.

Madhushika R. Fernando

Author of Get Basic Idea - The Knowledge Base / Bachelor of Technology - BTech, Mechatronics, Robotics, and Automation Engineering.

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