If there is no accident, iPhone 13 will be released in September 2021. Although there is still a long time before the release, but the fruit fans have long been looking forward to on.
According to early rumors and leaks, iPhone 13 will have big upgrades in the following seven areas, take a look, which may make many consumers feel excited.
Since the release of the iPhone X, the notch on the screen has been criticized, but this notch is integrated with the extremely important deep camera, face recognition function mainly through this notch to achieve. According to Ice Universe, the iPhone 13 will continue to use this “bangs” design, but it will finally be smaller.
2.iPhone 13 will use 120Hz refresh rate screen
iPhone 13 will be the first iPhone with 120Hz refresh rate screen, which will make the screen slide more smoothly, for video playback and game content will improve significantly. This view comes from Apple analyst Jon Prosser and display analyst Ross Young.
Thanks to LTPO technology, the display should be able to scale from 120Hz all the way down to 1Hz depending on what’s on the screen, which will help save battery life. However, according to Elec, only two models are expected to get 120Hz LTPO displays, which, according to Apple’s current product plans, could mean the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.
3.the main camera upgrade
While it looks like the more powerful periscope zoom lens may not be available until 2022 when the iPhone 14 is released, some other camera upgrades for the iPhone 13 look promising, according to the reveal. First, the iPhone 13 will reportedly feature an improved ultra-wide angle lens with a 6-blade lens set and an f/1.8 aperture. This will be an improvement over the iPhone 12’s f/2.4, 5-blade lens and will work better in low light.
In addition, analyst Ross Young expects the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max to come with larger sensors, again letting in more light. According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone 12 Pro Max comes with an advanced sensor shift stabilization device that will be used on the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.
4.WiFi performance upgrade
iPhone 13 will support WiFi 6E standard, this standard can provide faster wireless network speed, Barclays analysts report that iPhone 13 will support Wi-Fi 6E in the 6GHz band. this will reduce interference with other devices in the home.
In addition to faster Internet speeds, Wi-Fi 6E supports lower latency, which should also result in better performance. In addition, Wi-Fi 6E devices can use 160MHz for high-bandwidth activities such as augmented reality. Broadcom, the maker of the mobile Wi-Fi 6E chip, called the 6GHz band “the most disruptive boon to Wi-Fi users in the last 20 years.
5.Touch ID returns
The iPhone 13 could be the first new iPhone in years to actually support Touch ID. analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says Apple is working on an iPhone with both Face ID and under-screen fingerprint scanning capabilities, which is expected to launch in 2021. However, this feature may only be available for the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.
The analyst also said that Apple is working on an iPhone with Touch ID integrated into the power button. this won’t be the flagship device, but it’s not sure right now if this refers to the regular iPhone 13 or iPhone 13 mini, or the new iPhone SE 3 or iPhone SE Plus.
Re-enabling Touch ID on the iPhone 13 makes sense, and it’s foreseeable that masks will still be required in public places in 2021, but Face ID doesn’t work well with masks.
6.Longer battery life
The iPhone 12 is the first iPhone to support 5G networks, which places higher demands on battery life. The good news is that according to Apple’s own documents, Apple will upgrade Qualcomm’s 7nm X55 modem to a newer, more efficient 5nm X60 modem.
The X60 can be integrated directly into the phone’s chipset, which should help reduce space footprint while reducing battery consumption. In addition, the X60 can support both millimeter wave and network bands below 6ghz, resulting in faster speeds.
Seven, iPhone 13 will be fully equipped with laser sensors
On the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max, the laser sensor provides better autofocus performance, while also allowing portraits to be taken in very low light. The laser sensor also offers better augmented reality performance as it can help create 3D maps of rooms faster.
According to the Electronic Times, all four iPhone 13 models will get the laser sensor or TOF sensor feature. As a result, this feature will no longer be exclusive to the highest-end iPhones. The report says the new ToF sensor will enable “instant immersive augmented reality experiences”. So far, we’ve seen some pretty cool iPhone AR applications, but none of them have been widely accepted by the market.