iPhone 15 Ultra puts an end to the 6.1-inch super premium iPhone (users react strongly to Apple's plan)

iPhone 15 Ultra puts an end to the 6.1-inch super premium iPhone (users react strongly to Apple’s plan)

You got it right (if you did) – Apple’s 2023 iPhone 15 lineup is sure to disappoint those who like compact (rather) iPhones with high-end features…

After killing off the iPhone mini in September, Apple’s witch hunt seems to be continuing – at least if the leaks are to be believed. Speaking of leaks and rumours, multiple sources with years of experience as analysts are now weighing in on Cupertino’s big surprise.Apple is now set to launch the first iPhone Ultra in about ten months, and while that sounds like great news to all power users who have wanted a super-mega-hyper-premium phone with iOS and the Apple logo on his back, the arrival of the Ultra is about to hit other users unexpectedly…

The new iPhone 15 Ultra is rumored to be the absolute best iPhone 15 in Apple’s 2023 lineup, and before you roll your eyes thinking, “of course the sky is blue,” let me tell you that a iPhone 15 Ultra could also mean the end of Apple’s super premium 6.1-inch iPhone!

The new iPhone 15 Ultra replaces the iPhone 15 Pro Max, but it’s not just a name change

To cut to the chase, the iPhone 14 Pro will likely be the last high-end 6.1-inch iPhone, and that… sucks (more on why later).

The iPhone 15 Ultra is now expected to bring an all-new periscope zoom camera for long-range zoom photos and videos and possibly a rear redesign, which combined with a bigger battery (which could get bigger and bigger) and to a bigger screen, could end up making the iPhone 15 Ultra a completely different beast of a phone than the iPhone 15 Pro! As mentioned in a number of previous stories, Apple’s approach to model differentiation has varied over the years:

  • The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max were essentially the same phone (aside from the Max’s bigger screen and battery)
  • The iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max were also identical in terms of hardware and features
  • iPhone 12 Pro Max had larger main camera sensor and longer range zoom camera than iPhone 12 Pro
  • iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max are identical when it comes to specs
  • iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are also practically the same phone

So, yes, Cupertino has tried pulling this trick before, and it has left many iPhone fans somewhat disappointed. I wasn’t writing at the time, but I remember comments condemning Apple’s decision to save the best for the bigger iPhone 12 Pro Max. So eventually, as stated above, Tim Cook & Co redeemed themselves and went back to the good old strategy of giving the 6.1 and 6.7 inch iPhones the exact same feature set / hardware upgrades .

Fast forward a few years, however, and now it seems Apple just can’t resist the urge to enter the Ultra flagship market race – as we expected – it won’t just be about ‘a name change, but rather a broader strategy change.

Go back? The iPhone 15 Ultra could end Apple’s perennial premium compact flagship dominance over Samsung and Google

The problem with the iPhone 15 Ultra having ultra exclusive features, you ask?

Well, I (and millions of other people who buy 6.1-inch iPhones Pro) don’t want to have to carry a phone brick in their pockets to get the absolute best performance from the iPhone, in especially when camera and design functions are on the line.

I used a iPhone 13 mini for nearly six months now, and I can’t praise this phone enough for being the most convenient iPhone I’ve ever used. I always knew I preferred smaller phones, but after using the Pixel 6 Pro for nearly a year, switching to iPhone 13 mini felt like a weight was lifted off my shoulders or rather my hands and my pockets.

Speaking of size differences, I now use the iPhone 14 Pro alongside Pixel 7 Pro, and the size difference is quite noticeable. In fact, I would have liked during Google is offering a super-premium 6.1-inch Pixel 7 Pro, but for now Apple remains the only phone maker to offer compact premium phones with little to no compromise compared to larger, heavier versions of the same. device.

Strong reaction from iPhone users to Apple’s possible decision to offer premium hardware upgrades exclusive to the iPhone 15 Ultra

Apple’s supposed decision to differentiate between iPhone 15 Ultra from the smallest The iPhone 15 Pro giving it extra features could backfire as some users are taking it to Twitter to express their disapproval of another “iPhone 12 Pro Max” situation.

Here are some of the comments under analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s tweet announcing Apple’s plans to make the iPhone 15 Ultra different from the smaller Pro:

The titanium iPhone 15 Ultra with an all-new design – Apple’s secret plan to make the first iPhone Ultra appealing to those with smaller hands and pockets?

I don’t know about you, but I’d only be interested in an iPhone 15 Ultra if Apple manages to significantly reduce the weight. How? Titanium!

It’s been rumored and expected that Apple will end up using titanium to manufacture its high-end iPhones for years now. More recently, it was Jon Prosser who was wrong when he predicted the iPhone 14 Pro would have a titanium frame, but Twitter leakster LeaksApplePro has now revived the rumor by telling us the The iPhone 15 Ultra will indeed be made of titanium (at least the frame of the phone anyway)!

What’s interesting is that even if Apple opts for a titanium frame, Cupertino should consider a bigger redesign if the Ultra wants to get one. lighter. The iPhone 14 Pro Max weighs 240g, holding the record for the highest weight-to-size ratio of any mainstream high-end flagship (at 206g, even my iPhone 14 Pro is way too heavy for its relatively compact size ).

Therefore, simply switching to a titanium frame might not be enough to offset the weight gain expected to come from the iPhone 15 Ultra’s new periscope zoom camera hardware and possibly larger battery.

In case you were wondering, this could also be the biggest hint of a bigger redesign both outside and inside the 6.7-inch iPhone 15 Ultra, which is exactly what could make it work, look and feel different from the 6.1-inch iPhone 15 Pro.

Will the sedimentation of the new model expected by Apple work well? Are you excited about the iPhone 15 Ultra? Leave a comment below!

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