iPhone 15 Series camera specs have been released on the internet before the anticipated release of the company’s next-generation smartphones later in the year. This year, the Cupertino company is expected to replace the plastic lens moulded configuration on its primary camera with a hybrid glass and plastic lens. Apple is anticipated to be among the first smartphone manufacturers to launch a smartphone equipped with a hybrid lens on phones that is available worldwide companies such as Xiaomi provide the technology for their phones sold in China.
In contrast to those in the iPhone 14 series of smartphones, which have seven lenses made of plastic, The iPhone 15 lineup will feature the primary camera, which is a hybrid lens comprised of a glass element and six plastic components, as per Twitter, the user named name RGcloudS (@RGcloudS). The tipster is well-known for leaking information on Android phones in the past and is now claiming that Apple could be the only one to have its phones equipped with a hybrid lens made of plastic and glass globally this year.
Some leaks suggest there is a possibility that iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will feature the identical 48-megapixel Sony IMX primary camera sensor that was present for the iPhone 14 Pro series last year. According to RGcloudS, the primary camera in the iPhone 15 series will have an f/1.7 aperture, which is up from f/1.79 in the last premium phones made by Apple, which will allow the next iPhones from Apple to capture 20 % more sunlight and brighter colours, possibly offering better low-light performance.
Although Apple is still to announce plans to launch its iPhone 15 lineup, “iphone 15 Specualtion” RGcloudS claims that the top model of next year — the rumoured iPhone 16 Pro Max or iPhone 16 Ultra — will come with an innovative hybrid lens that consists of two glass elements as well as six plastic elements on the main camera. It is believed that the iPhone 16 Pro Max is also believed to come with a periscope camera configuration to enhance zooming capabilities.
The ultra-wide-angle and Telephoto cameras of the iPhone 15 lineup are tipped to have hybrid lenses that include seven and six elements in each. Recent reports indicate an iPhone 15 Pro Max could have a larger 48-megapixel Sony sensor compared to its predecessor, which was the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
In the last month, “iphone 15 Speculation” RGcloudS has stated Apple will equip its iPhone 15 lineup with stacked battery technology, enabling the phone to support wired charging of 40W and 20W wireless (MagSafe) charging. The user has since stated — in this Twitter thread that they believe the battery technology will launch in the iPhone 16 series later this year and will support charging faster than the current iPhone models.