Expert reveals ‘new name’ for iPhone 15 – and it’s not what anyone was expecting

According to an expert, next month’s exciting iPhone launch could mean adopting a whole new name for the device.

We’ve seen the Plus, Max, Mini and Pro in action over the years, but 2023 could herald the arrival of a new model name.

Usually, Apple introduces its new iPhones in September


Usually, Apple introduces its new iPhones in SeptemberPhoto credit: Reuters

And if the leak is true, it looks like the “Pro Max” name could be a thing of the past.

AppleInsider’s Andrew O’Hara, tweeted that multiple sources have indicated that the new name is…iPhone 15 Ultra.

He claims that the handset will not only have the largest display, but also a 10x periscope telephoto lens for even better zoom in photos.

It will be made of titanium, like the rumored iPhone 15 Pro.

This should make it stronger yet lighter.

And apparently a new action button will be added to replace the mute button.

Inside there is said to be a powerful new chip called the 3 nm A17 Bionic.

“Multiple sources have told me that Apple will indeed use the ‘iPhone 15 Ultra’ moniker for the plus-size Pro phone,” he said.

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“That was an early rumor that was pushed back.

“Most have since referred to it as the iPhone 15 Pro Max.

“The name isn’t groundbreaking, but it’s interesting how Apple is positioning it.”

It is assumed that a total of four iPhone cell phones will come onto the market this year.

According to rumors, these are the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Ultra.

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