New leaks related to what we will see in the iPhone 13, here are the details

The world of smartphones is hibernating a bit until Ming-Chi Kuo makes his statement regarding the smartphone series. iPhone 13 A technical analyst close to the California-based company reported that the upcoming flagship phone lineup will feature a smaller notch, while the two Pro models will be equipped with low-power LTPO display technology that supports a 120Hz refresh rate.

Several other sources have previously claimed that some iPhone 13 models will support a refresh rate of 120Hz, including screen specialist Ross Young, leakers John Prosser and Max Weinbach, among others.

It is worth noting that the iPad Pro 2017 and newer models feature a “ProMotion” screen with a variable refresh rate of up to 120Hz.

Kuo said that the iPhone 13 series will consist of the same four phones in the series iPhone 12All of them will come equipped with a Lightning port and a Qualcomm Snapdragon X60 modem, which provides many improvements in 5G networks, in addition to the ability to support Always-On Display. You can read more about this topic from here.

Numerous improvements in the iPhone 13 series

As previously rumored, Kuo said that the image stabilization sensor on the iPhone 12 Pro Max It will make its way to all phones of the entire upcoming series.

The iPhone 13 Pro models are also expected to include an upgraded ultra-wide camera lens with an ƒ / 1.8 lens slot and autofocus, compared to ƒ / 2.4 in the iPhone 12 models, which was confirmed by some other sources in the past period.

Kuo previously predicted that at least one iPhone will feature a portless design in 2021, but he emphasized that there won't be a portless design this year after all, and emphasized the presence of a Lightning port.

As Kuo said, “If Apple abandons Lightning in the future, it will use a portless design with MagSafe support instead of using a USB-C port.”

He also noted that USB-C is less water-resistant than Lightning. At the moment, it seems that the integration of the MagSafe ecosystem is not mature enough, so the iPhone will continue to use the Lightning port in the near future.

The trusted source reported in Apple’s leaks that the four upcoming series phones will come with larger battery capabilities compared to the iPhone 12 models, due to the possibility of increasing the space available in the phone design such as reducing the thickness of some Face ID components, but this would certainly increase the weight of the phones slightly.

The LiDAR sensor on the rear camera module will also remain limited to Pro models only in the upcoming series, rejecting rumors that it will be expanded to include more models.

He added that Apple does not plan to release a new iPhone SE until the first half of 2022. He said the new model will have a similar design as the current 4.7-inch iPhone SE, with key new features including a better processor and 5G support.


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