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iPhone 13: Specs, features, launch date, name, design, and all that we know so far

The leaks for the iPhone 13 are coming in at a much faster rate. According to recent speculations, iPhones will get faster wireless charging and camera enhancements. To keep you informed, we've compiled a list of everything we know about the iPhone 13 so far.


HIGHLIGHTS

  • The iPhone 13 could be released in September.

  • It might make wireless charging more efficient.

  • It'll also have a larger battery.

 

The iPhone 13 is likely to be released in September, as is customary. While the launch event isn't far off, you don't have to wait until then to learn more about the new iPhone. As a result of numerous additional breaches, new information has become available. According to one of them, all iPhone 14 models will receive 120Hz ProMotion displays, which were previously only available on the top-end iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max this year. The iPhone 13 is also said to include faster wireless charging and reverse wireless charging capabilities.


Although the overall design of the iPhone 13 is expected to remain the same, there will be some minor alterations. The introduction of a trim is the most crucial.


That is only a basic summary of what is required. We have a lot to say about the iPhone 13 as well. So, without further ado, let's take a look at what we know about the next-generation iPhone so far.


iPhone 13 Specifications and features


—Apple has a fairly consistent naming policy for their products. However, we've heard rumours that Apple may abandon the number 13 in favour of names like iPhone 12s or iPhone 2021. However, according to a fresh rumour from Economic Daily News, Apple will continue to use the same naming method. iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max are the names of the future iPhones.


—Moving forward, the iPhone 13 has been seen on a few certification websites, leading us to believe that it will be released this year as well. The iPhone 13 series obtained 3C certification last month, and the lineup was noticed on a Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) listing a few weeks afterwards.


—The iPhone 13 may have a design that is remarkably comparable to the current-generation iPhones. However, as several stories have pointed out, it is expected to have a shrunken notch. According to Apple, this is accomplished by combining the infrared flood illuminator, sensor, and dot projector into a single module. In addition, the earpiece will be relocated to the top of the device.


—In addition, according to a Digitimes report, the die size of the VSCEL chip utilised in the Face-ID system would reduce by 40% to 50%. Another reason for the reduced notch appears to be a drop in chip size.


—Sonny Dickson unveiled the dummy devices for the anticipated iPhone 13 series last month. However, this isn't the first time we've seen fake iPhone 13 units. While its veracity is debatable, the rear panel appears to be identical to prior CAD drawings and mockups.


— This year, Apple is expected to introduce 120Hz LTPO panels to pro models. According to reports, Samsung and LG will supply the LTPO panels for the iPhone 13 versions. Furthermore, Samsung has started producing these panels. As a result, we're likely to see updated displays on Pro models.


—According to a new claim from Elec, all of the iPhone 14 variants will feature LTPO panels. LG will also modify its production lines to offer Apple screens capable of a 120Hz refresh rate, according to the report. LG presently only supplies LTPS displays for Apple's low-end iPhones. If this is accurate, Samsung and LG, two of Apple's primary display manufacturers, will be able to supply 120Hz OLED screens. Because of the expanded capacity, the brand may introduce LTPO panels across the board next year.


—A number of rumours suggest that a Touch-ID-based in-display fingerprint scanner will be included. In addition, the always-on display, which is likely to show the time, battery charge, and alerts, may be seen on the future iPhone 13 models.


— A larger coil has been added for faster wireless charging and reverse wireless charging, among other enhancements. According to EverythingApplePro in a YouTube video, the larger size may help heat management and allow for higher wattage support. As a result, we could see fast wireless charging on future iPhone 13 versions.



—Apart from that, the video suggests that Apple may add vertical video functionality to the camera app itself. On iOS 15, Apple added a portrait mode to Facetime, which blurs the background around the subject when on a video conversation. As a result, we may see this capability in the camera app for videos as well.


— The new A15 Bionic chipset being developed by TSMC will power the iPhone 13. According to leaks, TSMC has already started producing this chipset. This chipset is built on a 5nm manufacturing process, similar to the A14 Bionic, according to our information.


—Apple is reportedly going to make the iPhone 13 versions with larger batteries, according to our sources. The iPhone 13 small will have a 2,406mAh battery, the iPhone 13 and 13 Pro will have a 3,095mAh battery, and the iPhone 13 Pro Max will have a 4352mAh battery, according to a Chinese source. The iPhone 12 has a 2,227mAh battery, the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro have a 2,815mAh battery, and the top-of-the-line iPhone 12 Pro Max has a 3,687mAh battery.


—In recent years, iPhones have excelled in the photography department, and the iPhone 13 is expected to follow suit. According to what we've learned, the iPhone 13 will sport an f/1.8 ultra-wide lens, although Kuo believes that will only Apple available on the Pro models.


—LiDAR sensors were also rumoured to be included in the iPhone 13 variants. However, a recent report from TendForce dismisses the prospect, claiming that it will only be available on the Pro models. According to the source, all future iPhones will have sensor-shift stabilisation and a 6P lens with autofocus.


—Finally, the iPhone 13 models are expected to have improved connectivity. Apple has reached an agreement with Qualcomm to use Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon X60 5G modem. This modem is expected to be built into the next A15 Bionic chipset, allowing for longer battery life. It's also possible that Wi-Fi 6E will be supported.


iPhone 13 launch date


Apple's release dates for new iPhones have remained quite consistent in recent years, so it's expected to arrive around the same time this year. This has been corroborated by a few respectable analysts who predict the iPhone 13 will be released in September of this year.


Price of iPhone 13 in India


The cost of the iPhone 13 is currently unknown based on current leaks. However, according to a forecast from TrendForce, the pricing will remain the same this year. The iPhone 12's base model costs Rs 79,990, therefore the iPhone 13 could be priced similarly in India.


 

To help their work, Newsmusk allows writers to use primary sources. White papers, government data, initial reporting, and interviews with industry experts are only a few examples. Where relevant, we also cite original research from other respected publishers.



Source- India Today


 

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