For those with outdated phones, the new iPhone 15 is a great improvement.

The iPhone 15 comes with a number of very little updates that, although not all that noticeable individually, add up to a significant improvement—especially for those whose 3- or 4-year-old phones are in need of an upgrade.

The one exception is the top-of-the-line iPhone 15 Pro Max, which now starts at $1,199.

iPhone 15 models inherit the same high-end 48-megapixel camera and A16 Bionic processor upgrades that Apple first brought to the iPhone 14 Pro line last year

Of However, Apple did introduce some exciting updates to the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max for people who do want the newest technology.

The 15 Pro Max will be able to record "spatial" videos starting later this year utilizing two of the phone's lenses, which are equivalent to 3D videos.

Apple has moved away from its proprietary Lightning connector and switched to USB-C for the entire iPhone 15 line.

The change was unavoidable because USB-C has become the industry standard for not just every other smartphone but also Apple's most recent iPads, Macs, and AirPods.