Apple recently unveiled its much-anticipated iPhone 15 lineup in a grand event. This lineup includes four exciting models: the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max.
These new iPhones have been manufactured in India. They come with a range of impressive features that have tech enthusiasts buzzing with excitement.
Android Charging Port In Latest iPhones
Now, what’s caught the attention of many is the introduction of an Android Charging Port in these new iPhones.
You might be wondering, “Why on earth would Apple include an Android Charging Port in their iPhones?” Well, it’s all about versatility and convenience.
The new iPhone 15 series is said to contain much more than what was initially expected. One of its standout features is the Android Charging Port, which is quite a departure from Apple’s usual proprietary Lightning port.
This means that you can use a standard USB-C cable to charge your iPhone 15. Many Android devices already use USB-C charging, so this means you can use the same cable for both your iPhone and your Android gadgets. It’s all about making life easier for users who might have multiple devices.
What Is The Price iPhone 15 In Africa?
Now, let’s talk about the pricing of these new iPhones. As we know, Apple products are renowned for their quality but also their premium price tags. The iPhone 15 series is no exception.
The starting prices for these models can be quite high, especially when you convert them to other currencies. For instance, the top-of-the-line iPhone 15 Pro Max with 1 terabyte of storage is priced at $1,599.
Now, when you consider the exchange rate, this translates to approximately N1.47 million in Nigeria at the current parallel exchange rate of N920/$. That’s a substantial amount of money for a smartphone!
For the average Nigerian worker earning the national minimum salary of N30,000, purchasing the latest iPhone 15 might not be the most financially prudent decision. It would require saving for at least four years to afford the top-tier model.
Pricing Models of iPhone 15
To break down the prices a bit further, here’s a snapshot of the starting prices for different models. Please note that the prices may vary as per company’s announcements.
- 128GB: $799 (N735,248)
- 256GB: $899 (N828,156)
- 512GB: $1,099 (N1.01 million)
iPhone 15 Plus
- 128GB: $899 (N828,156)
- 256GB: $999 (N919,080)
- 512GB: $1,199 (N1.10 million)
iPhone 15 Pro
- 128GB: $999 (N919,080)
- 256GB: $1,099 (N1.01 million)
- 512GB: $1,299 (N1.19 million)
- 1TB: $1,499 (N1.38 million)
iPhone 15 Pro Max
- 256GB: $1,199 (N1.10 million)
- 512GB: $1,399 (N1.29 million)
- 1TB: $1,599 (N1.47 million)
iPhone 15 Features
The iPhone 15 series comes with a host of other exciting features. These include a 48-megapixel primary camera for stunning photos, improved low-light performance, and extra-special wide and zoom lenses with more megapixels. The A16 Bionic chip is expected to make these iPhones incredibly fast and efficient.
There’s also talk of a new design with a smaller notch for Face ID, a new Cinematic mode for video recording, and support for a 120Hz refresh rate on all models. Plus, rumor has it that we might see a periscope telephoto lens for better zoom capabilities.