- Apple carefully chooses the information it communicates to the general public
- She chooses to highlight the information that is most beneficial to her, and that’s normal.
- Today, we reveal some details that could have gone unnoticed
Apple now has more than 16 years of experience in smartphone sales. All this time, the firm has continued to analyze the behavior of its customers in order to offer them the best possible offer. Both in terms of the technical specificities of its devices and in the message it delivers to its customers. Whether during the Keynote, or even on the product sheets of its various devices, Apple does not say everything.
It is easy to understand why the Cupertino company does not mention certain points concerning its products. We imagine that this could cause her more harm than benefit, or quite simply that she considers that certain points do not deserve to be mentioned clearly, because they do not bring her anything. However, we are sure that certain points could interest many of you!
This is why we decided today to present to you 8 details of the iPhone 15 technical sheet that Apple will not tell you.
- Support for Wi-Fi 6E
Only for Pro and Pro Max. The basic iPhone 15 and PLUS are not affected.
- No improvement regarding autonomy
This contradicts rumors which suggested a major improvement in terms of daily use time for Apple’s latest smartphones. Enough to be disappointed.
- iPhone 15 Pros can communicate via Thread
Thread is a wireless connectivity standard used in home automation.
- Emergency SOS and satellite roadside assistance are available free of charge
Apple offers the service for a period of 24 months for any activation of the iPhone 15.
- The Translate Action button option will only be available “later this year”
This was not specified during the Keynote, and it is not mentioned on the iPhone 15 technical sheets either.
- iPhone 15 models still limited to 7.5W on Qi chargers
Despite the announcement of Qi2 support, charging will not be faster.
- iPhone 15 models don’t come with color-matched USB-C cables
Informants like Majin Bu or Kosutamie had stated the opposite
- The USB-C port for iPhone 15 and 15 Plus can reach a maximum speed when transferring data of only 480 Mbit/s
This is due to the fact that these versions are equipped with a USB 2.0 port, unlike the Pro and Pro Max versions which can reach a maximum transfer speed of 10 Gbit/s, thanks to the USB 3.1 port. 2nd generation.
Many other points have not been mentioned, like RAM which was not mentioned by Apple. But the main thing is there. And as you will surely have understood, the two most disappointing points for us are the autonomy which is unchanged compared to the previous generation. As well as the low data transfer capacity of the basic and PLUS versions of the iPhone 15.
By: Keleops AG