Apple launches iPhone 15. Some interesting features you should know


CALIFORNIA – Apple has launched a new series of iPhones that include a new titanium shell, a faster chip and improved video game playing abilities.

Both the Pro and other iPhone 15 models will have a brighter display and a 48-megapixel camera as well as 100 percent recycled cobalt in their batteries.

Apple said the iPhone 15’s satellite connectivity can now be used to summon roadside assistance. It was rolling out the feature out with the American Automobile Association (AAA) in the United States, reports the Reuters.

It uses machine learning to detect tiny changes in blood flow when the user taps their fingers together, freeing up the other hand for other tasks like walking a dog or holding a cup of coffee, said Apple Chief Operating Officer Jeff Williams.

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“The biggest surprise with the iPhone 15 that will come out on Sept. 22, 2023 is that it did not raise prices, reflecting the global smartphone slump,” he said.

Apple also said the iPhone 15 Pro can capture what it calls “spatial videos” by using two of the device’s cameras to capture a three-dimensional video. Those videos will be viewable on Apple’s Vision Pro headset that is due out early next year, Marketing Chief Greg Joswiak said.

Apple did not deliver any blockbuster surprises, and shares closed down 1.7 percent after event.

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