We are not many weeks away from the presentation of the iPhone 13. There are more and more rumors that, as in the past, give us a very faithful sample of what is to come. Therefore, after several allegedly “correct” information, which indicated all models of the iPhone 2021 equipped with LiDAR technology, after all it may not be anything like that.
According to the latest rumors, like the iPhone 12, Apple will only put LiDAR at the end of its next smartphone.
LiDAR only on high-end iPhone 13
September is approaching, and the iPhone 13 will be Apple's trump card for 2021. There are some predictions about what the Cupertino company will do more than it did with the iPhone 12, which is probably the brand's most successful iPhone and ultimately the smartphone that it will sell more units in the world.
So, after some "leaked information" that Take some ingredients for grantedIt is now indicated that LiDAR technology will only appear on the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max models. So, iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini (if that appears), and Contrary to what was said a few days agoWe won't have LiDAR and it looks like we will have to wait until iPhone 14 for all devices to receive the feature.
Whoever says it is "leaker" Dylan on Twitter. This year, only Pro models are equipped with Detecting light and range.
LiDAR will only come on professional iPhone models. Earlier this year, it seemed like Apple wanted to release all iPhone 13/12S models with LiDAR but for one reason or another, it won't happen this year.
- Dylan (@dylandkt) July 11, 2021
Apple's iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max currently offer a LiDAR scanner, with Apple describing it as follows:
The LiDAR sensor in iPhone 12 Pro measures the time it takes light to reflect off an object to create a depth map of the space in it. It's so fast and accurate that augmented reality apps can turn a room into a rainforest or show what those shoes you want to buy will look like.
This technology will be increasingly important, given Apple's commitment to augmented reality.
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