iPhone 15 Ultra will get a display with a brightness of 2500 nits
Rumor has it that Apple is working on an Ultra model that could replace the top-of-the-line Pro Max model. This change could be reflected in the iPhone 15 series, which could arrive in 2024. Recent reports have suggested that the iPhone 15 Ultra will not only have more features, but will also cost more than the “Pro” models. A trusted source suggested that the iPhone 15 Ultra could offer a significant improvement in display brightness over the current top iPhone model, the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
According to tweet From tipster ShrimpApplePro (Twitter: @VNchocoTaco), Apple could potentially use the next generation Samsung display with up to 2500 brightness in the iPhone 15 Ultra. This change will be a significant improvement over the 2,000 nit peak brightness offered in the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
The Cupertino-based company is believed to be looking for additional ways to differentiate the 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch iPhone models. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman suggests that Apple is in internal talks to release a new iPhone model in 2024.
This model is rumored to be a higher-end device than currently available “Pro” models. Plus, it might even cost more than the current iPhone 14 Pro Max. Gurman thinks the iPhone 15 Ultra has even better camera improvements than what’s already planned for the iPhone 15 lineup.
Other standout features may include an even larger display than the 6.7-inch iPhone Pro models. The iPhone 15 Ultra may even come with a faster processor. Apple could also ditch the Lightning or USB Type-C port and only offer wireless charging support. However, these are all just speculations at this time and should be taken with a grain of salt.