Not everyone requires a Pro iPhone, so the iPhone 15 is the best option for those looking for a small-but-powerful daily driver.
But during the previous few years, the basic idea started to feel a little stale. The form factor has been significantly revitalised by the iPhone 15.
The USB-C port on the bottom gives the iPhone access to a wide range of universal peripherals that it previously lacked. The other update aims to modernise the underlying model.
The Dynamic Island transforms the 15 into something new and cutting-edge, not to mention interactive, as opposed to the solid block that served as the previous notch.
It is unfortunate that the otherwise fantastic OLED display is still limited to at 60Hz. A change to at least 90Hz would have been ideal because 60Hz robs the A16 Bionic chipset of the smoothness it would otherwise easily provide.
The new iPhone 15 has a slim and plush feel. Its matte body, which avoids fingerprints, is spotless. The vibrant colours make it simple to choose the best iPhone for you.
The 48MP primary camera is the biggest update left. This makes it possible to provide a trustworthy 2x digital zoom option to go with its ultrawide and wide.
Despite not being as substantial as an optical 3x, this translates to a 50mm lens, which is excellent, especially for portrait photography.
Keep checking back because we have all four of the new models ready for review and will soon begin uploading them.