iPhone 15 Appears to Have Been Spotted In a Regulatory Database
Last August, just a few weeks before the iPhone 14 lineup was announced, a single iPhone 14 device with the model number A2882 was discovered in the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) database.
This was revealed to be the basic iPhone 14 model designed for "other countries and regions."
iPhone 15 seemingly spotted in a regulatory database as launch nears
MySmartPrice found an Apple gadget in the BIS database with the model number A3094.
The model numbers for the iPhone 14 are A2649, A2884, A2881, A2883, and A2882.
There is presently no Apple gadget with the model number A3094, and with iPhone model numbers typically rising with each succeeding iteration, this is most certainly the iPhone 15.
If this is the case, it will be the first official sighting of the iPhone 15.
In addition, Bloomberg claimed that the manufacture of the iPhone 15 had begun in India.
It is the first time that a new iPhone model has been manufactured outside of China prior to the device's unveiling.
It appears that the gadget submitted with the BIS is the same kind that is mass manufactured in India.
When new Apple gadgets are discovered in regulatory databases, it usually means that they will be released soon.
According to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, Apple will unveil the iPhone 15 range on Tuesday, September 12.