Sometimes "Pro" is just marketing jargon, but with the iPhone 15 Pro & iPhone 15 Pro Max, Apple seems to mean it. It has a new brushed titanium enclosure that enables thinner bezels and helps to make them the lightest Pro iPhones yet. The A17 Pro chip inside is the industry's first built using a 3-nanometer process, with a Pro-class 6-core GPU offering ray-tracing support. A USB-C port on the bottom supports USB 3 speeds, allowing for higher transfer speeds, support for external storage, and video output up to 4K at 60 fps HDR. To capture the footage, there's a new 48-megapixel main camera with the ability to switch between 24 mm, 28 mm, and 35 mm focal lengths, and a 12-megapixel ultrawide camera. The 6.1" Pro model gets a 3x telephoto lens, while the larger chassis of the 6.7" Pro Max accommodates an all-new 5x, 120 mm tetraprism telephoto camera with a ƒ/2.8 aperture and 3D sensor‑shift optical image stabilization. Both phones will also be able to capture spatial video, using the main and ultrawide cameras to make 3D recordings. Notably missing is the mute switch, replaced by a customizable Action button that can open the camera, trigger Shortcuts, and more. Both models will be available in four colors, including black, white, blue, and natural titanium.