Apple’s upcoming iPhone 15 series, probably expected to launch in September, features an innovative chip that offers faster data transmission than previous models. Future smartphones may switch from the Lightning port to the popular USB Type-C port. The iPhone 15 series may include an integrated circuit, power supply management chip, and CC flex cable. A Retimer chip, typically found on fast-speed data transfer gadgets, is expected to enhance port functionality. Apple may also include a 3LD3 chip for transmission encryption to control charging rates and improve data transfers. The release date for the iPhone 15 series is not specified, but Bloomberg reports it may get released on the 12 or 13th of the upcoming month.
Thunderbolt and USB 4 support are coming to the iPhone 15 Series
The rumored USB Type-C port on Apple’s upcoming iPhone 15 series of smartphones could support data transfer rates of up to 40Gbps.
iPhone 15 series comes with a new chip
At Apple’s upcoming launch event in September, the iPhone 15 series will make its debut. According to rumors, it will feature an innovative chip that provides faster data transmission than previous iPhone models. Future smartphones from the Cupertino company might ditch the exclusive Lightning port in favor of the popular USB Type-C port.
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The tipster also revealed the IC and CC flex cable
The charging connector (CC) flex cable for the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max recently came to light by tipster “fix Apple” in images. The profile additionally disclosed the integrated circuit (IC), power supply management chip, and CC flex cable for the iPhone 15 series in another post on X (previously known as Twitter).
Modern iPhones offer quick data transfer
Future iPhone models could offer quick data transmission speeds with faster charging rates by transitioning to the modern connector. According to a recent report, the chip on all handset images may enhance the port’s functionality over earlier models.
All of Apple’s forthcoming gadgets may support data transfers up to 40Gbps
A Retimer chip, which usually appears on fast speeds data transfer gadgets that utilize Thunderbolt and USB 4 for rapid transfers, is visible in the magnified images shared by the X user, according to a ChargerLAB report. According to the report’s assertions, all of Apple’s approaching smartphones may support data transfers up to 40Gbps.
Apple may include a 3LD3 chip
According to a recent report, Apple may include a 3LD3 chip, which originates from Apple, in the iPhone 15 series with the suspected Retimer chip. “The device might use the chip for transmission encryption, which would control charging rates and improve data transfers on the iPhone 15 lineup,” claims the tipper.
About iPhone 15 series
Apple hasn’t specified a release date for the iPhone 15 series, but according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the company may do so on the 12 or 13 of the upcoming month. Recently, a device that appears to be the iPhone 15 appeared on the BIS certification website, suggesting that the device will shortly be available. According to a recent Bloomberg report, the Cupertino-based iPhone manufacturer started manufacturing the iPhone 15 series in Tamil Nadu before its introduction.