Apple isn’t just using the term “Pro” for show when it comes to the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max. These devices boast a titanium exterior design that’s not only eye-catching but also contributes to their lightweight build. The new A17 Pro chipset is groundbreaking, being the first to use a 3-nanometer architecture, and includes a six-core GPU that can handle ray tracing.

You’ll find a USB-C interface at the bottom of the device that is compatible with USB 3, making it easy to achieve high-speed data transfers, connect external drives, or even display video in 4K at 60 fps HDR. As for the cameras, they’re nothing short of stunning. The main camera features 48 megapixels and can toggle among three different focal lengths. The secondary 12-megapixel ultrawide camera complements it nicely. The 6.1-inch Pro variant comes with a 3x zoom lens, while its 6.7-inch big brother is fitted with a unique 5x, 120 mm tetraprism telephoto lens that includes advanced features like a ƒ/2.8 aperture and 3D sensor-shift optical stabilization.

Both versions are capable of recording spatial video, which makes use of both the main and ultrawide cameras to create 3D video content. In lieu of the traditional mute switch, these models introduce a new Action button that users can configure to quickly access various functions like launching the camera app or triggering shortcuts. Finally, both models come in a choice of four different colors: black, white, blue, and titanium.

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