Details about the new iPhone 13, which are expected to be released this fall, have been leaked to the Network. This is reported by MacRumors with reference to Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives.
So, the analyst said: in some models of smartphones – probably with the prefix Pro in the names – there will be configurations with a volume of permanent memory of 1 TB. At the same time, all smartphones of the iPhone 13 line will be equipped with LiDAR scanners, which are now used only in the iPhone 12 Pro (but not the iPhone 12 and 12 mini).
Wedbush also believes Apple’s current “supercycle” of smartphones will end in 2022. Probably, significant changes in the design of gadgets should not be expected before. They also write that all four smartphones – the alleged iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max – will be presented in September. That is, the company will return to the usual announcement mode. However, the exact names of the devices are still kept secret: earlier they talked about the possibility of the appearance of the iPhone 12s.
According to other information, iPhones of this year will have Pro Motion screens with a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz, new processors, improved modems for working in 5G networks, “bangs” for the Face ID face recognition system will become narrower. According to unconfirmed reports, fingerprint scanners under the screens may also appear in the devices – they will allegedly be introduced due to the coronavirus pandemic, because it is inconvenient to activate the devices with a face in a mask.