Monday, April 15, 2024

iPhone 15 ‘Ultra’ can replace Pro Max

When Apple releases the iPhone 15 in 2019, it’s possible that the “Pro Max” name then does change to “Ultra.” Mark Gurman, who keeps an eye on Apple, says this is true and adds that the iPhone 15 will get “larger changes,” like using USB-C.

The iPhone 11 came out in 2019 with the name “Pro Max.” It’s not surprising to see “Ultra” added to the list of iPhone names. Apple released the new Watch Ultra, also called Ultra, and the M1 Ultra chip. Which also has the same name, earlier this month. With the release of the iPhone 14, Apple did a minor change to the way it names its products. The “Plus” name is first brought back for the Plus model.

Even though the iPhone 14 is only out for a month, people are already talking about the iPhone 15. Ross Young, a supply chain analyst, thinks that the new Dynamic Island will come standard on all iPhone 15 models. Not just the Pro and Pro Max (or Ultra) versions. There are also rumors that Apple will replace the Lightning port on the next iPhone with a USB-C port. Gurman says that testing of the new feature has started in preparation for a deadline set by the European Union for all new phones having USB-C connections by fall 2024.

I think Apple should switch from Pro Max to Ultra because Pro Max is hard to say and Ultra is easier to say and sounds better. I’m just wondering if Apple is getting rid of the Max label or keeping it for products that fall between Pro and Ultra. Apple also makes AirPods Max, and it is interesting to see if the name of the brand changes as new versions come out.

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After releasing the iPhone 14, Apple is likely to release a bunch of new Macs. Such as the M2 and M2 Pro Mac Mini, the M2 Pro and M2 Max 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro. The M2 11-inch and M2 12.9-inch iPad Pro. There’s a chance that the company won’t even show off these gadgets at a keynote next month. Gurman thinks that Apple might instead announce its products through much less exciting press releases, website updates, and media briefings.

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