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The new iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max all support DisplayPort for up to 4K HDR video mirroring and video output to an external display or TV, according to Apple’s tech specs for the devices.

Apple on Tuesday debuted its latest iteration of smartphones, the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max. While the new series of iPhones comes with a lot of features, one of the highlighting features is the all-new “Action Button” on both the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max models.

Everything That You Need To Know About Action Button

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With its iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max models, Apple has added a new “Action Button” that allows users to toggle between ring and silent switch. This button replaces the single-function switch Apple introduced with its iPhone in 2007.

The new button offers additional options to users so that they can choose between quickly accessing the camera or flashlight, activating Voice Memos, Focus modes, Translate, or using Shortcuts for more options. They can also set accessibility features like Magnifier. However, users can choose from a set of actions for even more convenience and versatility.

Further, a press-and-hold gesture with fine-tuned haptic feedback and visual cues in the Dynamic Island ensures the new Action button launches the intended action. Users can customize this in Settings and assign it to different actions.

By default, the Action button is still a mute toggle, which means that a single press mutes the device, and pressing it again unmutes the smartphone.

Here’s what the Action Button can do:

  • Silent Mode: It can toggle the silent mode on or off like the Ring/Silent switch on existing ‌iPhone‌ models. This will mute or unmute the ringer and alerts.
  • Camera: A single press of the Action button can launch the Camera app and/or click a photo or video.
  • Flashlight: It can turn on or off the flashlight on the back of the device.
  • Voice Memos: It can or stop recording a voice memo with the Voice Memos app.
  • Focus: It can activate or deactivate a Focus mode.
  • Translate: With a single press of the Action button, it can launch the Translate app and start a conversation or text translation.
  • Accessibility: It provides access to various accessibility settings, such as Zoom, VoiceOver, AssistiveTouch, and more.
  • Shortcuts: It can run a shortcut created in or downloaded from the Shortcuts app, such as sending a message, controlling smart home devices, or playing a playlist.
  • Magnifier: It can activate the Magnifier app to use the ‌iPhone’s camera as a magnifying glass to zoom in on detect objects near you, as well as detect people, objects, and scenes around you.

Pre-orders for the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max models start from September 15, with availability beginning September 22.

Today is the day tech geeks and mobile phone enthusiasts are looking forward to – the Apple iPhone 15 announcement is finally upon us.

The series’ announcement will be live-streamed an all major social media platforms, beginning at 10 AM PDT/17:00 UTC/22:30 IST. We embedded a YouTube video below, so you can tune in and follow the announcements live.

A future “iPhone Ultra” model could capture spatial photos and videos to be displayed in Apple’s Vision Pro headset, according to a rumor shared by a Weibo account with a proven track record for disclosing accurate information about Apple’s plans.

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iPhone Ultra in Hand Feature
The camera configuration of a future “‌iPhone Ultra‌” model released after the launch of the Vision Pro headset will reportedly “lead the market to rethink what kind of photos and videos a mobile phone should take.” It seems highly likely that the information refers to the capture of spatial photos and videos, a unique feature of the Vision Pro that uses outward-facing cameras to record immersive 3D content.

Spatial videos and photos are designed to have “incredible depth,” according to Apple, allowing the user to “see into a moment.” Apple says that the feature is designed to allow users to relive their memories like never before. From Apple’s press release announcing the Vision Pro headset:

Featuring Apple’s first three-dimensional camera, Apple Vision Pro lets users capture, relive, and immerse themselves in favorite memories with Spatial Audio. Every spatial photo and video transports users back to a moment in time, like a celebration with friends or a special family gathering. Users can access their entire photo library on iCloud, and view their photos and videos at a life-size scale with brilliant color and spectacular detail.

Standard photos and videos from an iPhone or another device can still be viewed on the headset, but the 3D images and videos are considerably more immersive and can only be captured using a Vision Pro itself. The feature is so central to the Vision Pro experience that the device has a dedicated mechanical button on the top to activate it.

In light of the latest rumor, it seems possible that this “three-dimensional camera” could be headed to the ‌iPhone‌, likely adding further hardware to the existing rear camera configuration that consists of a main wide camera, telephoto camera, ultra wide camera, LiDAR scanner, and Adaptive True Tone flash. The Weibo user cautioned that additional information about the new ‌iPhone‌ capability is currently incomplete, suggesting that there may be more to follow.

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It is also worth noting that the “‌iPhone Ultra‌” moniker has been frequently used across Chinese social media platforms when discussing a future “Pro Max” model following rumors that Apple was planning to rename the device earlier this year. The change is no longer expected to occur this year, but according to Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman, Apple could release a new high-end device called the “‌iPhone Ultra‌,” sitting above the “Pro Max” in the lineup, as soon as next year. The Apple Vision Pro headset is set to launch in early 2024.

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