A significantly smaller notch, with the front camera sensor moved to the left. This could be one of the novelties of the new iPhone 13 smartphone family. To reveal it – it is only indiscretions to be taken with pliers as always – was the Japanese site Mac Otakara, which also proposed a mock-up made with the 3D printer .
Although there is still a lot of time left for the release of the new Apple smartphones, they should see the light in September 2021, the rumors continue to follow one after the other practically daily. Recently, for example, it was the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, familiar with the world of Cupertino, who announced possible important news regarding the photographic sector. In particular, the Pro Max version will make progress in this sense: the wide-angle lens should have an aperture of f / 1.5, compared to the f / 1.6 of the previous version.
What will iPhone 13 look like
The news on the cameras of the iPhone 13, would not stop there. Also according to Kuo, in fact, the lenses of the new smartphone from Cupertino could be supplied by Sunny Optical, a Chinese company specializing in the production of optical lenses. The other components of the new family of Apple mobile phones, however, could have characteristics in all respects similar to those already seen in last year's devices.
It has long been known that Apple was focusing on cameras to make the leap in quality over the competition. There has been a lot of talk about the super iPhone 12 Pro Max night photos, but many have realized, using the new super top of the range device, that the zoom function is not comparable to that of smartphones from other companies on the market (Mate 40 Pro of Huawei above all). According to some leakers, the stars and stripes company would be allying with Samsung to equip iPhone 13 with a super camera. To achieve this, it seems that Apple is willing to include one on the next cell phones periscope camera with optical zoom; the sensor would be entrusted to the Korean competitor.
Apple's new smartphone will have a super display
In recent days we had anticipated that iPhone 13 should have a super display, also made in this case by Samsung, with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. For some years there have been rumors of a refresh rate that goes over 60 Hz for the iPhone, and punctually, at each presentation, those rumors are denied. 2021 could really be a good year. Not just refresh rate. The other cooler news concerns the notch, which yes, it will still be present, with all due respect to those who just can't stand it, but will be smaller and smaller than in the past. This is what some leakers have leaked in recent days on social networks.
Kuo had anticipated that iPhone 13 will have, compared to the past, larger battery modules, thanks to a space-saving design of other internal components; this will result in a longer battery life (at least in intention). Bloomberg has also been particularly generous in details regarding the new one in recent months iPhone 13 (or 12s if you prefer). We had already told you about the rumors that the smartphones that will be released in September 2021 could have a foldable display. This would be an important novelty for the Cupertino giant, ready to compete with Samsung – the leaders in this specific sector – and Motorola. However, this is a very remote eventuality.
As far as we know, the tests set up by the US company would be of two types:
- the first on the resistance of the system that allows you to fold the two screens
- the second on the resistance that allows the two halves of the screen to be folded
Under-screen fingerprint sensor?
But that's not all: the new iPhones may have a fingerprint sensor under the display, in particular for the difficulties experienced by Face ID (facial recognition made in Apple) in times of health epidemic, with the mask worn. The new smartphones should also perform well in the field of storage capacity: for at least one of the smartphones, we are talking about a 1 terabyte super memory.
Source: Smartphone, novità e ultime notizie by www.today.it.
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