iPhone 15 Ultra tipped for overdue performance upgrade

We’ve barely got our hands on the iPhone 14 models but the rumor factory never sleeps, and there are already some solid-sounding rumors about the iPhone 15. And right now the most interesting one is about something that’s a genuine issue for the pro users Apple markets its most expensive phones at: data transfer.

Predictions that at least some iPhone 14 models would ditch the Lightning connection proved unfounded, and that means the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are stuck with a relatively slow connector. Lightning was faster than early USB connections but that’s no longer the case in a world of USB-C, and with the massive files generated by 48MP photography and hi-res video it’s a real bottleneck for pro users.

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