Apple’s decision to transition all iPhone 15 models from Lighting to USB-C connections (before EU compliance) will have one major catch: “markedly” different performance. The high-end iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max (perhaps rebranded as “Ultra”) would support “at least USB 3.2 or Thunderbolt 3,” while the entry-level iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will continue to be limited to USB 2.0 speeds (the same as Lighting). the user experience for wired transfers and video output will greatly improve as a result of the specification revision. The need for high-speed transfer chips within the Apple ecosystem and imitation by rivals (as practically all Android phones only support USB 2.0) will be fueled by the new trend, which is also helpful for the expansion of the high-speed transfer IC design sector. In comparison, USB 3.2 can work at up to 20 gigabits per second, while USB 2.0 can only transfer data at a maximum of 480 megabits per second (60 megabytes per second) (2,500 megabytes per second). That is a 40x increase in speed. It makes logical on one hand. The file size of an image taken with an iPhone Pro model can be up to ten times greater than an image taken with a basic iPhone. ProRAW is typically used by aspiring professional photographers, so having a speedier USB-C connector could be considered necessary for business. However, it doesn’t make sense. This is due to the 4K video that all current iPhones produce. Compared to ProRAW, this will require a lot more storage space and will benefit from USB 3.2 speeds. Additionally, it’s shocking to see how far Apple will go to bridge the gap between the Pro and non-Pro iPhones. It indicates that the models feature excellent design, building materials, screens, chipsets, front- and back-facing cameras, and modern connection. It doesn’t seem like Apple’s wisest course of action is to further widen the gap between the ordinary iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro models given the decline in sales of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus. especially if a high asking price is anticipated. As upgraders are currently choosing Pro models over standard models, Apple is avoiding this. But in the long run, that is not viable.

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