PhoneArena, a foreign technology publication, reported a few days ago that Apple’s iPhone 15 series will launch five models by reintroducing the mini product line. LeaksApplePro, on the other hand, recently questioned this assertion. He believes that despite the poor sales of the iPhone 14 Plus, Apple will not release the iPhone 15 mini next year.
LeaksApplePro is a generally notable leaker in the circle, and the past breaks are likewise extremely precise. In a tweet, he wrote: ” Apple does not intend to introduce the iPhone 15 mini next year, based on the information I have so far. “The information was provided by yeux1122, another whistleblower.
Visit News that Apple will increase the differentiation of the iPhone 15 series and will lower the price of Plus models for more in-depth reports. To rouse the interest of the market, he did not mention the mini model in his revelation.
Instead, he divided the specifications and prices of the iPhone 15 models more fairly. Apple may even reduce the prices of the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus models. Additionally, the icon created by foreign technology media that consumers do not have a high demand for mini models. The iPhone 13 mini is far behind other iPhone 13 models in terms of sales. The standard iPhone 13 is the most popular. The iPhone 12 mini is the same way.
The foreign technology media notebook check believes that the reintroduction of the iPhone 15 mini will have an impact on sales of the iPhone 15 series in this regard. Apple’s strategy in 2023 may be to reduce the prices of the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus. Expanding the gap between the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Ultra.
The new Sony sensor can double the saturation signal level of each pixel when compared to conventional sensors. However, in some scenes, the sensor reduces overexposure or underexposure by capturing more light. The human face can be captured even in an environment with strong backlight on the subject.
A brand-new semiconductor architecture that places photodiodes and transistors in distinct substrate layers. Enabling the sensor to add additional photodiodes to dedicated layers.
Lastly, according to India, a British analyst firm, Sony had a 44% global share of CMOS (complementary metal oxide semiconductor) image sensors last year, with Samsung having an 18.5% share. However, Sony’s share has been decreasing recently.