iPhone 15 Plus is a handset that runs iOS 17 software. The iPhone 15 Plus comes with amazing new features for users.
The phone is expected to feature a ProRAW 48-megapixel camera lens, bringing it in to the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max. The device will also feature a more rounded body design.
ProRAW’s capabilities for photography
One of the aspects which make this model iPhone 15 Plus stand out against other iPhone models is ProRAW capability. It allows users to capture RAW images that offer greater flexibility when it comes to post-processing. It also uses a larger image sensor, which produces higher-quality pictures. The user can turn on ProRAW by visiting Settings and selecting Camera. The option to shoot ProRAW pictures at a resolution of 12 or 48 megapixels.
If you’re a photographer ProRAW will give you the flexibility to capture photographs with more depth and details for editing. It is worth noting ProRAW files are bigger than HEIC or JPEG files and may need greater storage space. The typical ProRAW file size is around 25 megabytes, which is a significant amount more than a standard smartphone photo. This means that you’ll need take care when managing your photos to make sure you’re not running out space.
Download a no-cost iPhone for PC transfer tool such as FoneTools for you to connect your ProRAW pictures on a desktop computer. They can be exported as an DNG file, or convert the images to JPEGs, which makes it easy for sharing through social media. This will help you retain the highest quality of your pictures and will ensure they appear as professional as you can.
Edge to edge Super Restina XDR screen
The iPhone 15 Plus will have a super crisp front-of-screen display which can extend all the way to the edge of the phone. Apple is also likely to eliminate the notch on this one and give you more real estate for your fingers. The new OLED screen is great for HDR video footage. It provides bright highlights with small details that are visible within the darker parts of an image, resulting with stunning color and images.
The 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch Liquid Retina XDR displays on the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max have incredible brightness thanks to HDR support, wide color support, incredible contrast ratio and an outdoor brightness of 2000 nits. This display technology is also capable of auto-brightness, which reduces the chance of burn-in as time passes.
This is made possible by a bespoke array of over 2.5 million individually controlled LEDs on the backside of the screen. This is the highest iphone 15 plus LED density of any mobile screen available, as well as enabling a wide range of advanced features, such as true blacks in HDR pictures and precise color. The technology is also designed to minimize the blooming of dynamic content, and it makes use of custom optical films that shape the light to maintain the image’s fidelity. It is an important improvement over previous designs that use areas of LEDs on the front edge of the LCD display.
Deep Fusion technology advancements
In its iPhone 11 keynote, Apple unveiled an innovative Deep Fusion technology that it declared to be “computational photography mad science.” It’s designed to decrease the amount of noise and increase image clarity in moderate-light settings, and is primarily used for indoor photographs.
Essentially, this new feature works by capturing nine separate photos. Four of them are taken prior to pressing the shutter. A one long exposure is captured after the camera has been activated. Then the Neural Engine inside of the Bionic chip combines these images at a resolution of one pixel and then optimizes them to improve texture, detail, as well as lower noise.
The new function has been highly praised by photographers that have used it in tests, and seems to work as advertised. However, it does take away some of the more artisanal elements of photography, like selecting the best setting for the shoot, as well as having full control of processing. If you are an iPhone-based photographer looking to be in complete control of the images you take, turn off the feature using ProRAW mode, or choose some of the many third-party apps that offer DSLR-comparable control of your iPhone.
Some other speculations regarding iPhone 15 have been circulating. iPhone 15 include the possibility of a refreshed design including a more rounded chassis that may ditch the dynamic island notch which debuted on the previous year’s ‘Pro’ and ‘Pro Max’ models. Also, a leaked CAD image suggests that there might be an action button that could perform various fast actions like the changing of sound modes, accessibility choices, flashlight activation activated concentration mode and voice memos, and running shortcuts.