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Review of iPhone 15/Pro and M3 Mac startling news: Both Ming-Chi Kuo and Gurman lead.

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The production of Apple’s new iPhone 15 /Pro series, which had been going on for more than a year, came to an end on September 13, and on October 17, the company announced that the new generation M3 MacBook Pro series had officially made its appearance.

We recently accumulated 734 leaks linked to the Apple iPhone 15/Pro series. Of those leaks, 492 were verifiable and 447 were correct, giving us an overall accuracy rating of 90%.

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There are a total of 81 revelations that are associated with M3 Mac, 56 of which are verifiable, and 37 of which are accurate. The accuracy rating across the board is 66%.

The information provided by the whistleblower suggests that the Tianfeng International analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who is known to the allies of IT House, is “far ahead” in the amount of leaks on the iPhone 15/Pro series. He broke a total of 124 stories connected to the iPhone 15 and iPhone Pro series, with the primary emphasis being on iPhone supply. The total number of correct revelations was 116, and the accuracy rate was 93.55%. This was determined by analyzing the chain and the hardware.

Mark Gurman, a reporter for Bloomberg, broke a total of 79 stories about the new iPhone, which covered all of its facets. The reports were mostly correct with regard to the hardware specifications and the anticipated release date. There were 76 pieces of accurate news among them, which corresponds to an accuracy percentage of 96.2 percent.

A display analyst by the name of Ross Young leaked a total of 49 pieces of news, some of which include the iPhone 15/Pro all-series “Smart Island” punch-hole screens, the fact that the regular version does not yet support 120Hz/LTPO, and other such revelations. There are 45 items of news that are accurate out of the total, which results in an accuracy rate of 91.84%.

In addition, the accuracy rate of leaks coming from Aaron, Revegnus, MacRumors, and other sources has reached 100% (this does not include leaks that cannot be verified yet), and the trustworthiness of these sources has increased with consecutive releases about new machines.

The iPhone 15/Pro series’ look and USB-C transition are among the most accurate leaks.

Mark Gurman confirmed the 2022 iPhone 15 Pro series’ titanium alloy casing, which was first reported by LeaksApplePro and ShrimpApplePro.

LeaksApplePro, Mark Gurman, and others predicted the price hike of the new Pro series laptops, but only the Pro Max model did.

The new phone lacked Ming-Chi Kuo’s “solid-state volume buttons”. Ming-Chi Kuo announced in April that Apple’s iPhone 15 Pro series models abandoned solid-state buttons “due to inability to overcome technical problems.” Mark Gurman predicted the button would appear on the iPhone 16 Pro and 16 Pro Max next year.

From this year’s new iPhones, Apple purposefully increased the configuration difference between iPhone 15/Plus and iPhone 15 Pro/Max. Many upgrade points are Pro/Max-only. Of course, the lowest configuration now costs more. It costs 8,000 yuan more than the highest configuration. People also worry that the iPhone 16/Pro series will deepen this disparity.

The new phone lacked Ming-Chi Kuo’s “solid-state volume buttons”. Ming-Chi Kuo announced in April that Apple’s iPhone 15 Pro series models abandoned solid-state buttons “due to inability to overcome technical problems.” Mark Gurman predicted the button would appear on the iPhone 16 Pro and 16 Pro Max next year.

From this year’s new iPhones, Apple purposefully increased the configuration difference between the iPhone 15/Plus and iPhone 15 Pro/Max. Many upgrade points are Pro/Max-only. Of course, the lowest configuration now costs more. It costs 8,000 yuan more than the highest configuration. People also worry that the iPhone 16/Pro series will deepen this disparity.

In addition, according to reports from Mark Gurman, Ming-Chi Kuo and others, Apple is expected to launch new products such as M3 MacBook Air and 32-inch iMac next year. You can wait and see.

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Furqan Yasin

Furqan is an Web Developer, Entrepreneur Computer enthusiast, Gamer, YouTuber. He is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. He is passionate about PC and its components, and is always looking for more. He hopes to change and revolutionize the process of online reviews.

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