Apple on Tuesday unveiled a new iPhone 15 Pro with a titanium case and faster chip that enables better graphics and mobile gaming, moves designed to respond to a global smartphone slump. Both the Pro and other iPhone 15 models will have a brighter display and a 48-megapixel camera as well as 100% recycled cobalt in their batteries. Apple said the iPhone 15’s satellite connectivity can now be used to summon roadside assistance. It is rolling out the feature out with the American Automobile Association (AAA) in the United States. Apple said that USB-C charging cables are coming to both its iPhone 15 and the charging case of its AirPods Pro devices, allowing the use of the same charging cables already used for iPads and Macs. It will feature the same A16 Bionic chip inside that previously formed the brains of the iPhone 14 Pro. The iPhone 15 prices start at $799 and $899 for the iPhone 15 Plus. An Apple executive said the company used machine learning to detect a person in the frame, allowing users to turn a picture into a portrait immediately or later in the Photos app.