Apple Reveals iPhone 15 Pro With New Material and USB-C Charger
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Apple Reveals iPhone 15 Pro With New Material and USB-C Charger [Video]

Apple has unveiled its new iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max. The device has some cool new features, one being that it’s made from titanium.

The new iPhone will rely on a host of new manufacturing processes, while its unique material and design make it the lightest Pro phone Apple ever made, complete with the thinnest edges along the display, according to The Independent.

The new device also has the toughest glass-based material in the cell phone market, and an aluminum structure inside the phone, which includes two materials joined in an innovative way that should make the phone extra strong, Apple said, adding that the glass is also much easier to replace.

The phones start at the same price as the last Pro phone-$999. However, the iPhone 15 Pro Max will be a bit higher, starting at $1,199, due to its increased storage space.

Customers can also choose between four colors: black, white, blue, and a natural titanium.

The iPhone 15 Pro brings a new customizable “action button” on the side of the phone and an improved “A17 Pro” chip inside it.

Apple also introduced its iPhone 15, which has some of the biggest innovations from the top-tier iPhone 14 Pro launched last year, reported.

iPhone 15 will be available in a choice of Pink, Yellow, Green, Blue, and Black.

The new iPhones will be the first phone to switch to a USB-C charging port to charge.

About Crystal Gross

Crystal joined BallerAlert in 2020 to renew her passion for writing. She is a Kentucky native who now lives in the heart of Atlanta. She enjoys reading, politics, traveling, and of course writing.

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