So Apple’s future flagship smartphone iPhone 13 Pro at its best: small bangs, D-ToF, narrow bezels, and Lightning connector. High-quality image and characteristics of the smartphone.
Yes, Chinese sources have released a high-quality image of the next iPhone in the iPhone line, due out this fall, the iPhone 13 Pro (or iPhone 12s, if Apple’s rumors of superstition prove true.
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While the iPhone 13 is expected to be little different from its predecessors, analysts suggest that Apple will go for some tweaks and some refinements to improve its design. The gadget will be more weighty, and its bangs will become smaller. Experts have little doubt that there will be four variants of smartphones – just like this year.
The iPhone 13 is expected to receive a 5G modem, an improved camera – there is currently no information on whether it will remain triple. The battery is likely to get larger, battery life will increase, and screen real estate will increase.
The screens themselves will go to 120 Hz frequency with a dynamic refresh function (from 1 to 120 Hz). Also, the iPhone 13 is expected to have a more energy-efficient 5G – the Qualcomm X60M modem, manufactured using the 5 nm process technology, while the current X55 is made using the 7 nm process technology.
Apple is expected to ditch bangs in its devices in 2021, and the iPhone will have one small camera hole. Samsung has done this before. A design with straight edges, however, is likely to remain.
The iPhone 13 will also retain the Lighting connector, despite rumors circulating year after year that USB-C will be abandoned. However, there are suspicions that Apple will move to its own MagSafe technology rather than USB-C.
The iPhone 13 is expected to use the latest D-ToF (Direct ToF) technology, which will replace existing Face ID components and reduce the amount of space required for facial recognition.
The image says that the smartphone will receive a battery with increased capacity, a Lightning connector, a laser rangefinder (in all models of the line), and a 120-Hz ProMotion screen. Samsung‘s LTPO screen is expected to support a refresh rate from 1 Hz to 120 Hz, which will help to conserve battery power more efficiently.
The new Apple A15 processor will, logically, be more powerful than the previous one, and will be produced using the 3-4 nm process technology. Its parameters, however, are still unknown.
The iPhone 13 Pro is also expected to be equipped with an updated F / 1.8 ultra-wide-angle lens and improved autofocus. The iPhone 13 is expected to come with support for 1TB of storage.
The presentation of the smartphone is expected in September this year and the top cost of the new device is predicted to be $ 1,699.
It is possible that Apple will abandon support for wired charging and completely switch to wireless.