The iPhone 15 Pro, which Apple presented in a ground-breaking announcement, will revolutionize the mobile gaming experience with native support for various fascinating games, including Assassin’s Creed Mirage, Resident Evil 4 Remake, and others.
The widely awaited iPhone 15 was among the new goods unveiled by the tech giant during the highly anticipated Apple Wonderlust Event on September 12. Along with this flagship model, Apple also displayed the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max, thrilling customers with the promise of a revolution in mobile gaming.
Apple’s announcement dubbed the “next generation of mobile gaming,” also revealed the exciting news that popular titles like Resident Evil Village, Resident Evil 4, Death Stranding, and Assassin’s Creed Mirage will be playable on the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max with seamless native compatibility.
Later this year, both Apple fans and gamers may anticipate engaging in these immersive experiences. The highly anticipated Assassin’s Creed Mirage mobile version, initially planned to launch for PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, Xbox One, and PC on October 5, will debut in the first half of 2024.
Enhanced Gaming Performance
With a GPU that is 20% faster than its predecessors, the iPhone 15 Pro raises the bar for mobile gaming. Apple’s brand-new A17 Pro processor powers it, featuring a cutting-edge 6-core architecture designed to deliver top-notch gaming performance with lightning-fast, effective processing and hardware-accelerated ray tracing.
Apple boasted that the “iPhone 15 offers an unprecedented gaming experience on a smartphone, bringing console-quality gaming directly to users’ fingertips.” “The A17 Pro has an integrated AV1 decoder, enabling more fluid, high-quality video streaming for different providers. A new USB controller enables USB 3 speeds on the iPhone for the first time, offering much higher data transfer rates and allowing for video output at up to 4K quality and 60 frames per second in HDR.
The iPhone 15 portfolio has a variety of models to accommodate different needs and price ranges. The iPhone 15’s entry-level model costs just £799 and has 128GB of storage. With a starting price of £999 and 128GB of storage, the iPhone 15 Pro is a good option for those looking for a more gaming-focused experience. Lastly, the premium model, the iPhone 15 Pro Max, retails for £1,599. It has a sizable 1TB of storage. Preorders have already started for all of these models, which are scheduled for sale on September 22.
With Apple’s iPhone 15 Pro, the future of mobile gaming appears to be more promising than ever. It promises an unmatched gaming experience combining cutting-edge technology and top-tier games, making it a must-have for gamers and tech fans.