Latest Tip on iPhone 13: All iPhone Models will have Lidar and Many more

The Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives suggested that even the iPhone 13 mini could contain a LiDAR sensor.



HIGHLIGHTS

  • For AR effects, low light pictures, LiDAR sensors are used

  • The iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max are top-class models

  • iPhone 13 series is expected to come in the autumn

The characteristics of the iPhone 13 range continue to appear in the Rumor mill as the next-genre Apple flagship offering for autumn this year is predicted. Like last year, premium versions are expected to form the line-up, most probably iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. A fresh Wedbush research note by the investor Daniel Ives indicated that the iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, can have 1 TB of internal storage. In addition, the note from the investor also shows that LiDAR sensors may be installed in all iPhone 13 versions.


MacRumors has been obtained with Ives's recent investor letter, suggesting the option to incorporate internal storage of 1TB of iPhone 13 Pro Max and iPhone 13 Pro. Both models are probably available in smaller stores, but the 1TB stock option can be listed as the top-end configuration. On the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max the previous year, the maximum capacity is 512GB.


If the 1TB statement is genuine, they are the first iPhone Apples to offer this large amount of indigenous storage. Whilst smartphone storage via an external microSD card is known to be expanding, very few market flagship handsets have inbuilt storage with 1 TB.


Ives also forecast that the iPhone 13 family — iPhones 13 mini, 13 iPhones, 13 Pro, and 13 Pro Max iPhones — could contain LiDAR sensors. It is not clear that the iPhone 13 Pro Max will be in place. The only variations with LiDAR sensors last year only included iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max and the expansion toward other models shows Apple's efforts to make AR more widespread. Low-light photography and AR effects are currently being employed with LiDAR sensors.


The iPhone 13 range has been rumored in more than 50 percent of models to pack more substantial batteries and to feature mmWave 5G tech.


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