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Apple’s iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max will contain new features and low-power microprocessors, according to a source on the MacRumors site. These chips can make sure that some functionalities are used even when the phone is off. Moreover, the solid-state button with tactile feedback provides aid. We currently have a good basis to believe that this information is accurate. This is due to the fact that this source, before the official release of the iPhone 14 Pro series, accurately provided information about Apple’s Dynamic Island.
According to the unnamed insider, Apple will switch out the present SoC (AX) chip’s ultra-low power mode for a new microprocessor. This will make it possible to locate the iPhone using Find My, Bluetooth, UWB, and Apple Pay quick payment mode even if it has been turned off or the battery has run out. The user must make an attempt to locate the device within 24 hours for this feature to function, though. It is claimed to take over all of these current functions in addition to powering the solid-state buttons.
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IPHONE 15 PRO / MICROCHIP MAX PERFORMANCE
Responsible for: Multipurpose operation buttons, capacitive volume controls, and power buttons
Capacitive volume, power, and operation buttons are in charge of shutdown.
Drive LE Bluetooth, LE-UWB, NFC, etc. chips. (May support feedback from the Taptic Engine)
Capacitive volume, power, and operation buttons for use while the battery is dead.
Quick payment through Apple Pay Express
Drive LE Bluetooth, LE-UWB, NFC, etc. chips.
Also, according to the insider, Apple is presently testing a few features. This also applies to the fresh Taptic Engine. The analysis states that it is extremely unlikely that this minor detail would be included in the finished product. But, it is currently being tested.
Although “insiders” claim to have observed two versions of the unified volume button functions in testing, it is unknown which strategy Apple would undoubtedly employ. The volume of one can be quickly increased or decreased depending on how hard you press it, while the other can be changed by sliding your finger up and down. Of course, the volume button has been integrated with 3D Touch, and this feature is implemented using software. Apple might directly offer people two options from which they can choose.