Rumors about the upcoming iPhones have mainly focused on the iPhone 15 Pro models, particularly regarding the use of a capacitive volume rocker. However, recent reports suggest that the base and Plus models will also feature the 48MP camera found in last year’s Pro models. Analyst Jeff Pu from Haitong International Securities mentioned this in a research note, along with a new three-stacked sensor technology to enhance low-light photography. While the actual impact on image quality is yet to be seen, it is possible that the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus will support ProRAW photos similar to the Pro models.
According to analyst Jeff Pu, the iPhone 15’s stacked sensor for improved photography may be facing yield issues based on recent supply chain checks. This could potentially lead to a slight delay in the production of the devices. Despite the possible delay, Apple is still expected to announce the iPhone 15 in September and make it available within the same month. Jeff Pu has a good track record with accurate predictions, such as the iPhone 15 Pro’s volume rocker change, which was confirmed later by other analysts as well. Other analysts, including Shelly Chou and Ming-Chi Kuo, have also made similar predictions about the iPhone 15’s features.