We're inching closer to the time when Apple is going to announce new iPhones. Expectations, as usual, are set for early September. So it's no surprise to start seeing the hardware start cropping up ahead of time. Of course, nothing official. But, for now, it will certainly do.
iPhone 13 Pro Max
The iPhone 13 camera bump size may increase substantially over the current iPhone 12 Pro Max to accommodate bigger lenses and stabilizers, as evidenced by newly-leaked photos.
The “iPhone 13” name will stay, apparently. Rather than skip straight to “iPhone 14,” Apple reportedly has the courage to use the number 13 for the upcoming 2021 iPhone launch.
The iPhone 12 lineup isn't necessarily a slouch when it comes to battery capacity, or life. Still, there's some room for improvement. The iPhone 13 series may do just that.
According to reliable leaker L0vetodream, who posted a photo with some information on Twitter recently, Apple is going to give a significant uptick in battery capacity to its next iPhone lineup. At its peak, the biggest increase will see up to 18% improvement to capacity for the larger iPhone. Meanwhile, even the smallest smartphone is reportedly getting bigger.
Later this year, Apple's going to launch the iPhone 13 lineup. Unless something really crazy happens. But, as long as we stay on course and new iPhones do get unveiled, those new handsets might boast a slightly different design.
Apple's next flagship iPhone may feature a significantly larger camera lenses on the back, with the entire camera module thought to protrude from the handset chassis by an additional 0.87mm compared to last year's iPhone 12 Pro Max.
We're a week into April, but with June looming on the horizon, and Apple already confirming this year's Worldwide Developers Conference, the rumor mill is going to start ramping up on what we can expect to see in a couple months.
Apple's upcoming iPhone 13 lineup isn't expected to bring major improvements to imaging hardware except for the flagship iPhone 13 Pro Max model which should apparently rock a wide-angle rear camera outfitted with a marginally-improved ƒ/1.5 equivalent lens.
Word on the street is that one of the design changes for the upcoming iPhone 13 is a smaller notch. It's one of the most oft-requested design changes since the launch of the iPhone X, and Apple may finally be getting around to it.
Some iPhone 13 models to be released in 2021 may take advantage of LG-made OLED panels with low-power LPTO backplane technology, resulting in a more power-efficient device.
According to a new research note from TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the 2021 iPhone models will come in the same four sizes as the current iPhone 12 lineup, with the Pro models bringing significant upgrades to the ultra-wide cameras.