iPhone 15 Pro Max: Apple to use 2,500 nits display panel from Samsung
iPhone 15 Pro Max: Tech giant Apple is gearing up for the launch of iPhone 15 Pro Max smartphone. Ahead of the launch, reports suggest that iPhone 15 Pro Max is likely to feature a 2,500 nits display panel from Samsung.
The information was shared by leaker ShrimpApplePro on the micro-blogging platform Twitter on Tuesday.
ShrimpApplePro retweeted a post of another leaker named 'Connor', which mentioned that "Samsung's Next Gen Panel's reach to 2500nits."
iPhone 15 Pro Max Camera
"Potentially will be on iPhone 15 Pro Max," ShrimpApplePro said in a retweet.
"I said 15 Pro Max because if the separate Ultra iPhone is in 2024, the biggest 2023 Pro iPhone should still have the Pro Max naming," it added.
Earlier, it was reported that Apple may bring a periscope folding zoom camera in the iPhone 15 Pro Max, although it will only be included in the top-end iPhone model.
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Meanwhile, there are several features that have been leaked online. A report mentioned that the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max models are likely to include new features such as solid-state buttons with haptic feedback, a titanium frame and increased RAM.
In related news, Apple has drastically slashed the price of its iPhone 14. According to reports, the cut in prices is aimed at boosting sales after the company reported a revenue decline in the holiday quarter.
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max Price
It is to be noted that the price cut is effective in China only, the media reported.
According to South China Morning Post, Apple's online stores on the e-commerce platform JD.com showed a markdown of 800 yuan for iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max models, with an additional 50 yuan off if the buyer became a member of the online store.
With IANS inputs
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