Waiting for the stars, today is the big day of the new iPhone 13



Here we are, today is the big day. In fact, at 7 pm Italian time, the new iPhone 13 family will be presented, together with the new Apple Watch Series 7 and the third generation of AirPods. The new apple products will be unveiled during a live streaming event.

Today the new iPhone 13

There are already those who are looking forward to doing big business by buying an iPhone of the past generation, – in this sense, it might interest you to know how much does iPhone 12 cost when 13 comes out – but there is no doubt that today the spotlight is all for the new smartphone models from Cupertino, which promise to amaze the world. Of all the rumors collected over the past months, here is a brief summary. Let’s start with cell phone cuts:

  • iPhone 13 mini: will be available in black, blue, purple, pink, white and Product red, with 64 and 128GB of internal storage
  • iPhone 13: will be sold in black, blue, purple, pink, white and Product red, with 128 and 256GB memory
  • iPhone 13 Pro: available in black, silver, gold and bronze, in the 128 and 256GB variants
  • iPhone 13 Pro Max: available in black, silver, gold and bronze, with 256 and 512GB memory

So let’s take stock of the main news of the iPhone 13 – all rumors, it is always good to remember – collected over the past months. Most recently it was launched by Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple’s senior business analyst. In a note to investors, in fact, he had announced that the new Cupertino smartphones will have the satellite connection. The next model – it seems – will be able to connect directly to satellites in low earth orbit (LEO) thanks to a customized Qualcomm chip.

iPhone 13 with satellite connection

LEO satellites are known to be the backbone of Elon Musk’s Starlink internet service, which relies on hundreds of repeaters to bounce the signal towards home receivers, a sort of router therefore, useful in those areas not served by terrestrial connections. It seems that the analyst’s anticipation of the iPhone 13 has solid foundations: US-based Globalstar, which operates a constellation of low-earth orbit satellites for satellite telephony and low-speed data communications, has announced support for Qualcomm’s new X65 chips, for n53 band technology. In practice, the Snapdragon X65 will be able to receive and send signals from satellites, along with normal cellular and Wi-Fii networks. At this point, therefore, the iPhone 13 range is expected to integrate the X65 at launch.

Cupertino’s new smartphones

For the rest we know that the new iPhone 13 will have more capacious batteries, a more advanced processor – A15 Bionic – and, according to what has been reported by various analysts in the last few hours, the new smartphones should cost the same as the previous generation. And therefore the basic version 949 euros, the Mini 839 and the more advanced models, iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max 1189 and 1289 euros respectively (the basic version, of course). For the rest, from what we have learned so far, the new iPhone 13:

  • will be available in 4 sizes
  • they will be quite similar to the iPhone 12, which is why it is rumored that they can be called iPhone 12s and nonn 13
  • they will have the smallest notch
  • they will have 120Hz display refresh rate
  • they will mount the latest generation A15 chip
  • they will mount a more advanced camera system than in the past

The new iPhone 13 camera

There would be 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. The news on iPhone 13 cameras, they 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 phones, however, could have characteristics in all respects similar to those already seen in last year’s devices.


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