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iPhone 15 review!! Is it worth buying?

 

We're back as promised, and this time with the iPhone 15 review in detail. In our previous blog, we discussed the launch of the iPhone 15, its pricing, and the new features it brings to the table. As we all know, Apple is renowned for delivering smartphones with cutting-edge technology, and the iPhone 15 is no exception.

 

The iPhone 15 launched on 12 September 2023, generating a significant buzz among tech enthusiasts and Apple fans. Following the legacy of the iPhone 14, the iPhone 15 introduces several new features that make

 

This Review will discuss the iPhone 15 pros and cons, how it is better than the iPhone 14, how people react, its display, camera performance, battery life, and overall usability. So read the article until the end and decide whether this is worth buying. 


 

Display Review

 

iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus feature 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch OLED displays, ensuring a visually stunning experience. These displays can achieve a peak brightness of 2,000 nits outdoors, enhancing readability even under direct sunlight. This game-changer is for those who frequently use their iPhones on the go, providing a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor use without compromising visibility.

 

 

Compared to the prior iPhone 14 models, the iPhone 15 series takes the brilliance of vibrant colours, which is a big plus, especially for streaming content and gaming. This game-changer is for those who frequently use their iPhones on the go, providing a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor use without compromising visibility.

 

With the release of iOS 17, the iPhone 15 introduces a new "Standby Mode" that transforms your device into a compact display or alarm clock while charging on a stand. Moreover, the introduction of Dynamic Island on all iPhone 15 models is a significant improvement since it was only on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max last year.

 

Camera Review

 

Apple has upgraded the dual-lens camera setup in the iPhone 15 models, featuring a 48-megapixel Main camera, a substantial improvement over the 12-megapixel Main camera in the iPhone 14.

 

The camera has a 26 mm focal length and a wide ƒ/1.6 aperture, great for low-light situations. Apple added stabilizers for steadier photos and videos. You can take sharp 24-megapixel or 48-megapixel shots with this lens. It's great for taking portraits, buildings, and night shots. The iPhone's smart photography keeps things looking natural without making them over-saturated. 

Looking at it from a photography perspective, any variant of the iPhone 15 is worth your money. While there might be occasional blurring issues in the front camera overall, it's a highly commendable phone, especially for Photography enthusiasts.

 

Battery Review: 

 

iPhone 15 models have a very impressive battery life. You can enjoy up to 20 hours of video playback on the standard iPhone 15 and an even better 26 hours on the iPhone 15 Plus. If you are considering investing more in the expensive iPhone 15 Pro Max for its battery, we recommend the iPhone 15 Plus.

 

The iPhone 15 models have improved their charging speed compared to the iPhone 14 series. The phone charges rapidly, reaching up to 50% in 30 minutes when using Apple's standard 20W or higher charger and cable. However, it's important to note that many Android devices now offer even faster charging speeds, sometimes up to 3 times quicker.

 

 

The iPhone 15 has a good battery, but as you go for higher versions, the battery may not last as long with extended use; this happens with almost all the phones.

 

USB-C Type

 

iPhone's move to a USB-C charging port instead of the lightning port is a significant change. Now, you can set up your phone with any compatible charger, which is super handy. However, we'll have to wait to see how people like this change. For now, it is a good move. This makes the iPhone 15 even better and more convenient to use.

 

With the USB-C port, an iPhone can directly charge AirPods or an Apple Watch using a USB-C cable, delivering up to 4.5W of power.

 

The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, the USB-C port operates at USB 2 transfer speeds, matching Lightning at 480 Mb/s. However, the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max support speedier USB 3 transfer rates, reaching up to 10 Gb/s.

 

Is it worth Buying?

 

Is the iPhone 15 a good deal? Absolutely, yes! But there are a few things to consider. Compared to the iPhone 14, the iPhone 15 shines with notable display and camera upgrades. However, if we take a step back and look at the lower-end versions of the iPhone 15, there are no differences, especially when comparing the front cameras.

 

The shift to a USB-C port is a smart move by Apple, offering improved connectivity options. However, some loyal Apple customers may still need to fully embrace this change as it brings the iPhone closer to the standard of other smartphone brands, losing a bit of Apple's unique touch. However, it’s your choice, If you like a brighter screen, better camera, and different ways to charge, then go for the iPhone 15. It's a great pick.

 

When it comes to iPhones, price is always a concern. The top-tier iPhone Pro Max with 1TB storage is listed at a hefty 1,90,999 INR, which is expensive considering its features, specifications, and overall performance. This places it in a higher price range compared to many other smartphones. However, for many loyal Apple customers, the quality, unique design, and top-notch user experience it offers justify the extra cost. Investing in such a device depends on whether the features match what you're looking for and if it fits your budget.

 

Prune’s Final Review

 

Apple has a stronghold in the market, and fans are always eager to grab their latest products, no matter the cost. This loyalty sets the iPhone apart, making it a standout brand. The upcoming iPhone 15 seems ready to push boundaries.

 

However, there's always room for improvement. For example, the front camera quality could be better, but Apple often addresses such issues in the next version, possibly in the iPhone 16. People worry about the price, but with every iPhone upgrade, the cost increases. It's the way Apple keeps progressing and giving us more advanced features.

 

The iPhone 15 is worth considering. You might not find it drastically exciting if you're already using an iPhone 13 or 14. Still, upgrading is highly recommended for those with an iPhone 12, as significant improvements are waiting for you.

 

There were rumours that the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max would only support e-SIM, but it has been launched and confirmed that the iPhone 15 supports all SIM cards. However, if you are curious about how e-SIM technology works. Click here 

 

 

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