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The iPhone 15 Pro Max display may be brighter than ever

The wait is still long, but the news that follow one another on theiPhone 15 they only increase it: the last one concerns the display of the model Pro Maxwhich may be brighter than the previous ones and the same baseline.

The brightness of the iPhone 15 Pro Max display

Until now the supremacy is all of theiPhone 14 Pro Max, with a screen whose maximum brightness is around 2,000 nits. However this record could be swept away by the end of the year: according to some rumors, the iPhone 15 Pro Max will have a display of 2.500 nit.

The leaker launched the news ShrimpAppleProstating that the iPhone 15 Pro line could give users a brighter display than ever before.

The bomb was dropped directly on Twitter.

Naturally, a series of variables must be taken into account, such as, for example, battery life.

One of the most popular memes on the internet is the one related to the brightness of the screen and the remaining charge of the smartphone. The gag, which will surely have found confirmation in the almost mechanical actions that we perform with our devices, sees the user turn the brightness down to minimum to conserve battery of your smartphone.

So how to combine the charge of the iPhone 15 with a brightness of 2,500 nits? Apple will probably surprise its audience with one new battery, with a longer duration than the previous ones. Furthermore, we must bear in mind that, like the iPhone 14, the greatest peak in brightness will only occur in certain light situations, such as when you are outdoors and with sunlight reflected directly on the smartphone screen.

However, it is important to keep your feet firmly planted on the ground. Although the leaker ShrimpApplePro is considered by many to be a reliable source, we must still take into account the fact that we are still a long way from the release date of the iPhone 15. Consequently, nothing prevents Apple from still making significant changes to its next device.

Last but not least, the analyst Ross Young he said he has no news of any increases in display brightness yet.

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