They arrive in September 2021. The next are iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max. Apple’s smart team is gearing up to position iOS as the most in-demand platform for those who value privacy and security.
Tim Cook has given several passes in privacy with iOS 14, cards and notifications provided to users, as well as other measures that make the Apple phone one of the most sought after technology products.
First, listen to iOS fans and users
Disreputable slit It was introduced with the iPhone X about four years ago, and has since become a hallmark of the iPhone. However, there is a growing clamor for a full screen application that is free of obstructions and with greater clarity in design.
The first step is to improve the aesthetics of the iPhone 13. It is something that should be achieved using reducing this element, not completely removing it. After all, the notch for the iPhone is the “chin” for the iMac.
They are symbols of visual identity and instant product recognition by users around the world. Thus, I don’t think the “notch” will ever go away, but I am confident it will be scaled back gradually in future iPhone generations.
Reduce the notch and keep FaceID on iPhone 13
The 3D facial recognition and unlocking system will continue to be present on the iPhone 13. However, it will use a lower dimensional module with smaller components, factors that will allow to reduce the size of the VCSEL chip.
Reducing this component will reduce the visual impact of the notch and, above all, will free up more space inside the phones, which is a valuable resource. Thus, Apple will not only be able to increase the battery capacity, but also strengthen the cameras.
In fact, rumors point exactly in this direction. Increase in battery size, in particular on iPhone 13 mini and iPhone 13, as well as the application of the Lidar system on all iPhone models.
There is also the possibility that Apple could implement Sensor Shift on different models, something that is still exclusive to the iPhone 12 Pro Max until now. In any case, reducing the degree should lead to improvements not only aesthetically, but also functionally.
Apple should also boost image stabilization using the software in iOS 15. Something that can be applied retroactively to existing iPhone models and, as expected, will be present on subsequent models.
News and rumors gradually reach the Internet
The launch of the new iPhone 13 will be accompanied by enhanced privacy controls granted to the user. This is currently the biggest asset Apple has in its iOS on Android, even now that we know Android 12.
Having recently discovered in the scope of a judicial investigation that Google does not want the user to have effective control over the processing of their location data, among other metrics, Android has received poor exposure.
However, we believe that Apple will strengthen its measures and privacy guarantees on iOS 15 to debut on iPhone 13. This program, will be the biggest argument to attract new users who hesitate to the Android platform.
This is of course, without underestimating the impact on consumers of potential and anticipated hardware improvements. Apple should boost the quality of the screens, the quality of the cameras and, above all, the iPhone 13 battery life.
To this, a new generation A15 processor will be added. It will be built using 5nm lithography and, in addition to increased performance, will bring improvements in power management.
Finally, we have more news from California Tech next September. In addition to the iPhone 13, we can also learn more about the Apple Watch, as well as the AirPods 3.
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