The new Apple iPhone 13 series is set to make its debut on September 14 in Apple’s “California streaming” event. The event and launch are going to be an all-online show concerning the pandemic situation all over the world. According to analysts and keen observers, there are 4 versions that are set to be launched:
- the iPhone 13,
- the iPhone 13 Mini,
- the iPhone 13 Pro and
- the iPhone 13 Pro Max.
- iPhone 13 is said to come in Black, Blue, Pink, Purple, PRODUCT (RED), and White colors.
- iPhone 13 Pro could be available in Black, Silver, Gold, and Bronze colors.
- iPhone 13 is tipped to get 64GB, 128GB models
- iPhone 13 Pro could be available in 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB storage.
- a trimmed down notch
- bigger lenses
- thicker chassis
- 120Hz LTPO display
- an in-display fingerprint scanner
- a bigger battery
Both the iPhone 13 and 13 Pro are expected to follow the same design with just a few changes here and there. The trimmed-down notch display would be achieved by placing the infrared illuminator, sensor, and dot projector in a single module. The reduction of the VCSEL chip used in the Face-ID system will play a major role in downsizing the notch.
Expected battery upgrade:
The iPhone 13 series is expected to get a battery upgrade as per some reports. They will have a 3095mAh battery. It is also expected to offer a better battery life.
Expected camera specs:
- The iPhone 13 Pro is speculated to feature a six-element lens.
- Researchers are also claiming that the ultra-wide lens on iPhone 13 Pro will get support for autofocus.
- The primary camera lens will feature an f/1.5 lens which will allow better night shots and bokeh images.
- The LiDAR sensor and sensor-shift stabilization feature are also expected to come this time.
- The series will also get a bokeh video feature similar to the iPhone’s image bokeh feature
- A Pro-res video mode will be introduced for recording higher quality footage.
Please note that these are just speculations. The real specs would be unveiled only at the launch event.
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