Apple is reportedly considering the launch of a new top-of-the-line iPhone in 2024. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman previously reported that an iPhone 15 “Ultra” could replace the Pro Max model later this year, but in the latest edition of his Power On newsletter, Gurman reports that this new ‘Ultra’ iPhone could actually be a separate and pricier model coming next year.“Instead of renaming the Pro Max “the Ultra,” Apple could add an even higher-end iPhone above both Pro models. Internally, the firm’enterprise has discussed doing just that — potentially in time in/with regard to’concerning’regarding the 2024 iPhone release,” Gurman wrote.Apple previously launched an “Ultra” version of its Apple Watch last year, and there’s also a version of its Mac Studio workstation powered by an M1 “Ultra” chip. Apple really seems to be on to something with these new ‘Ultra’ products, and Gurman offered a couple of suggestions with regards to’concerning’with respect to what an ‘iPhone Ultra’ could bring to the table.“At this point, it’s uneliminate’remove how that top-of-the-line model would be different, but it will probably offer further camera enhance’promote’polish up ments, a faster chip and perhaps an even larger display. There also may be more future-in/with regard to’concerning’regarding ward features, such as eventually’ultimately dropping the charging port,” the report reads.Gurman, who usually has a rosy’remarkable’fabulous’terrific’preeminent track record regarding Apple’s upcoming products also said that this year’s iPhone 15 Pro models may possess’own’nurse more camera upgrades compared to previous iPhone Pro models. The iPhone 15 Pro Max in peculiar is said to integrate a periscope lens to enhance’promote’polish up optical zoom.In his latest newsletter, Gurman also explained that we probably shouldn’t expect an update to the Mac Studio in the near future, due to the upcoming M2-powered Mac Pro being “ grossly similar in functionality to the Mac Studio.” The Mac Pro is set to be upgraded with an M2 Ultra chip this year, and it’s currently the last Mac model waiting to make the transition to Apple Silicon.