Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max hands-on: Lights, camera, action button


Apple’s iPhone 15 event today saw the company spend a lot of time (and money) talking about its “Apple 2030" vision for carbon neutrality and environmental responsibility. The irony is, Apple wants you to buy more iPhones, and to do so, it’s introducing new models with slightly different features so you’ll spend your money. With the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro this year, Apple is also beginning to comply with EU regulations that mandate every new device made by the end of next year support USB-C charging. While that’s good news for most people, it does mean that those who might not have already a compatible wire will have to, once again, get a new charger.

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