The iPhone 15 Could Fix Our Biggest Charging Frustration With Apple’s Smartphone

Apple’s rumored upgrade to 35W charging is a step in the right direction, even though it comes painfully late to the party. However, Apple is still far from catching up to the competition. Take for example, which just launched the OnePlus Ace 2 Pro in China. This phone costs around $410 — half the price of a regular non-Pro iPhone — but supports 150W fast charging.

The rest of the Chinese smartphone makers, such as Xiaomi, now offer up to 120W charging on budget phones that cost as little as $250. The only other Android smartphone maker that sits in the same “charging league of shame” as Apple, is Google, with its Pixel series smartphones. But then, they are a few hundred dollars cheaper than iPhones.

The iPhone 15 series is also rumored to embrace a titanium frame, which is lighter but more resilient. Camera upgrades are also said be to in the pipeline. alongside the jump to a 3nm-based processor. Apple is also rumored to adjust the design of the mute switch on the iPhone 15 line-up, but they likely won’t turn into pressure-sensitive solid-state buttons this year, it seems.  

All these changes have fanned rumors of an almost-certain price hike for the iPhone 15 quartet. Apple is expected to reveal its new smartphones at an event in the second week of September, alongside a refresh to its iPad line-up, new Apple Watch models, and possibly a few M3 generation Macs, too.



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