The iPhone 13 is getting closer to enjoying the moment in the spotlight. Apple has yet to set a date to unveil its new iPhones, but with just a few weeks left before the conventional September launch month, predictions for the iPhone 13 are underway. So far, the iPhone 13 offers 120Hz LTPO displays on both Pro models, longer battery life thanks to a more efficient 5G modem, and significant enhancements to the main cameras, including vertical video level.
Even though the coronavirus-related delays faced by the iPhone 12, which delayed the release of the iPhone 12 until October 13, Apple interpreter Ming-Chi Kuo said that the iPhone 13 will return to its normal 2021 release schedule.
If the iPhone 13 release date matches Apple’s pre-release pattern, we might see the device hit store shelves on the fourth Friday of September 2021. It was September 24th, and the report said the iPhone 13 would launch on September 24th with pre-orders starting September 17th.
The framework of iPhone 13
The set for iPhone 13 has received special treatment from Apple Insider and introduced some of the most significant design changes. This includes moving the speaker to the top of the device, a new bias camera position for regular iPhone 13, and a larger camera module for iPhone 13 Pro.
- The SIM card tray appears to slide down as well, and the power buttons may slide down a bit too.
- Additionally, the iPhone 13 Pro Max may be slightly larger than its predecessor. In reality, the iPhone 13 Pro case is said to have a significantly larger camera module, although this has not been confirmed.
- The speaker is no longer in the notch but instead moved towards the top bezel, according to the dummy iPhone 13 Pro Max, which showcases a new design and a smaller notch.
The new chip (SoC) could be a smart upgrade to the A14 Bionic, potentially improving performance and overall efficiency.
In terms of storage, we can expect the iPhone 13 to have capacities ranging from 64GB to 512GB, although the Wedbush report says the iPhone 13 will have up to 1TB of storage.
The X60’s 5nm modem can be integrated directly into the phone’s chipset, which means it takes up less space and uses less battery. In addition, 5G performance will be better because the modem can connect 5G mmWave and sub6GHz networks at the same time.
A new leak has sparked rumors that the iPhone 13 will have an LTPO panel and Samsung Display will manufacture it. In addition, Samsung provides circuit boards for Apple to connect the display to the phone’s motherboard. – further proof that you are working on the LTPO screen.
Unavailability of Touch ID
Several rumors suggest the iPhone 13 will have a smaller screen version of Touch ID. More recent reports have questioned this rumor, with some saying Apple won’t offer Touch ID with a bottom screen until next year’s iPhone 14. The latest report was published by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, who says Apple will not offer an invisible Touch ID for the new iPhone 13.
Rumors are iPhone 13 colors point to four color options for the iPhone 13 Pro. These include black, silver rose gold and sunset gold. We’ve heard that the regular iPhone 13 might be pink, but that’s just based on renders. We’ve heard in the past that there may be two new color options for the iPhone 13 Pro series: matte black and a new copper or orange color.
There are a lot of rumors about the iPhone 13’s camera, starting with reports that the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will offer a new 6-element ultra-wide-angle lens.
Apple questioner MingChi Kuo also declares that the iPhone 13 Pro’s ultra-wide-angle camera will offer autofocus for the first time, helping to produce sharper images.
However, another claim by MingChi Kuo on so-called soft battery technology in the iPhone 13 claims that the new iPhone can offer higher battery capacity without increasing the design footprint. The iPhone 13 Pro Max is the big winner, up 18% from 3687mAh to 4352mAh.
iOS 15 Feature
Every new iPhone brings with it a new version of iOS. Apple first introduced the software that will be used in the new iPhones. Key features in iOS 15 include an update of FaceTime that lets you watch videos and share content with others, a new Focus way for managing notifications, and improvements for maps, messages, wallet and time, and other pre-installed apps. Some features in iOS 15 will require an A12 Bionic processor or better, but that shouldn’t be a problem for the iPhone 13 and its sleek new chip.
The iPhone 13 won’t be a big update over the iPhone 12, but it will have many quality-of-life improvements. The design will remain largely the same, and we are still expecting four different models. Key features like 5G and camera updates will continue to drive the update for iPhone 11 and later users.