iPhone 15 Sales Slow? Apple Urges Upgrades!

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Recently, Apple’s official website launched a new “Reasons for Upgrading” page, aimed at encouraging Apple users to upgrade their old iPhones to the brand-new iPhone 15 series!

On this page, Apple provides detailed comparisons between the iPhone 11 series, iPhone 12 series, and the currently available iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max. It highlights various upgrades in terms of screen display technology, design, dimensions, performance, connectivity, and more.

For example, compared to the default iPhone 11:

  • The camera resolution of the iPhone 15 is up to 4 times higher than the iPhone 11, revealing new levels of detail and color.
  • The starting internal storage capacity is twice that of the iPhone 11.
  • The A16 Bionic chip improves graphics processing speed by up to 60% compared to the A13.
  • The battery life of the iPhone 15 is longer than that of the iPhone 11, allowing for up to an additional 3 hours of video playback.
  • The drop resistance is increased by 4 times.
  • Faster 5G connectivity, and more.

Furthermore, Apple also provides detailed information on the trade-in value of each old iPhone so that customers know what discounts they can get when purchasing a new iPhone.

For those interested in upgrading to the new iPhone, please visit the Apple official website for comparisons and details.

Apple not only suggests upgrading to a new iPhone but also recommends upgrading the iOS version to the latest iOS 17.4.1 official version ~

In a recent support document, Apple stated that iOS 17.4.1 official version fixes a security vulnerability related to images that “could lead to arbitrary code execution,” and it is recommended that all iPhone users upgrade.

The two vulnerabilities are:

CoreMedia

Affected devices: iPhone XS and newer models, iPad Pro 12.9-inch 2nd generation and newer models, 10.5-inch iPad Pro, 11-inch iPad Pro 1st generation and newer models, iPad Air 3rd generation and newer models, 6th generation iPad and newer models, and 5th generation iPad mini.

Impact: Processing images could lead to arbitrary code execution.

Description: Addressed an out-of-bounds write issue by improving input validation.

CVE-2024-1580: Nick Galloway of Google Project Zero

WebRTC

Affected devices: iPhone XS and newer models, iPad Pro 12.9-inch 2nd generation and newer models, 10.5-inch iPad Pro, 11-inch iPad Pro 1st generation and newer models, iPad Air 3rd generation and newer models, 6th generation iPad and newer models, and 5th generation iPad mini.

Impact: Processing images could lead to arbitrary code execution.

Description: Addressed an out-of-bounds write issue by improving input validation.

CVE-2024-1580: Nick Galloway of Google Project Zero

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