It is unclear at this time whether the iPhone 15 will use two USB-C ports. Apple has not made any official announcements yet.
Ming-chi Kuo’s analysts predict that the upcoming iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Ultra will support Thunderbolt three and 3-2 USB drive, whereas the current iPhone 15 and 15 Plus will still use the current USB-0-0-2-2-2-USB supply, which has a genetic speed of 480 Mb/second. In contrast, the 3-2 drive can achieve a speed of 20 Gb/second to 40 Gb/second.
Apple is supposed to switch to a C-USB port on the iPhone next year to comply with European regulations that mandate common charging for electronic devices. However, some Apple devices like AirPods 3, Airs Pro 2, and Rat Mouse still use the Lightning port. The cable Lightning handles can be fragile, and third-party cables require MFi chips to work correctly.
According to Ross Young, Dynamic Island features will be present on both iPhone 15 and 15 Plus, but they will not have ProMotion’s 120 Hz screening frequency and Always-on Display.
The most significant change in the upcoming iPhone 15 is its name, as it will be called the 15 Ult instead of the 15 Pro Max, and it will have advanced physical features and materials. The phone is expected to have a titanium crust, similar to the Apple Watch Ultra, a potential camera gathering behind, and a double camera on the front. The price of the iPhone 15 Ultra is expected to be higher than the iPhone 14 Pro Max.