1.The bangs become smaller
The “bangs” of iPhone13Pro Max have been significantly reduced, accounting for about one-third of the top.
It is rumored that Apple will equip the iPhone13 series with the latest D-ToF (Direct ToF) technology to effectively reduce the volume of the 3D structured light sensing module.
This is the main reason for the change of bangs.
This move not only further increases the screen-to-body ratio, but also allows more complete display functions on both sides of the screen, reducing the occlusion of display elements.
2. Big upgrade of the rear camera
The rear camera has changed from the previous side-by-side design, using a diagonal arrangement, while the microphone openings and flashlights are arranged on another diagonal.
Well-known analysts said that the iPhone 13 series needs a larger sensor at the rear, and even the ultra-wide angle has to be replaced. The Pro version will also come standard with CMOS displacement anti-shake technology.
3. Battery life issues
According to effective news, the battery capacity of the iPhone 13 Pro will exceed 3,500 mAh. Compared with the 2815 mAh of the iPhone12Pro, it has an overall increase of 20%.
Of course, due to the “environmental protection” issue, it is impossible to include a charging head
4. A15 chip + 120Hz high refresh
The A15 bionic chip in the iPhone13 series will use the second-generation 5nm process, which is a performance-enhanced version of the 5nm process, and its performance and power consumption are much improved compared to the previous generation.
Chip and system are the two major advantages of Apple’s mobile phones. I believe that with the support of A15 and iOS 15, the performance of iPhone 13 will definitely not let everyone down.
Many sources have reported that iPhone 13 Pro / Pro Max will support a high refresh rate of 120Hz, and all iPhone 13 systems will use LTPO screens.
It is worth mentioning that the ordinary iPhone13 model will further enhance the colorful color scheme, which will also effectively expand the audience of the new phone.
5. Adopt Qualcomm X60 baseband
Not surprisingly, in the new generation of iPhone, Apple will continue to cooperate with Qualcomm, using the Snapdragon X60 baseband. As for Apple’s self-developed baseband, it may not be unveiled until 2023 at the earliest.