Apple iPhone 13| 3 Changes That Have Been Leaked So Far! (Updated)

  • AUTHOR: dua
  • POSTED ON: December 23, 2020

Of course, we’re
nowhere near the launch of Apple flagship phone lineup for the coming year, but
some leaks have spiked up our interest as usual. And you might say that there’s
no point in discussing the features and details of iPhone 13 since people are still
not over its predecessor. But look, we like predicting and getting to the root
of boiling rumors.

Without adding more
content for the buildup, let’s get right into the changes in iPhone 13 that
we’ve discovered so far!

With that you must also read these 8 Hidden features of iPhone 12!

Apparently, the 2021
iPhone lineup will be almost the same as the shocking 2020 lineup – four devices with
slight size variations. Hence, you can expect two models placed at a higher end
while two remaining cost-effective and affordable. The device might launch in
the fourth week of September and be in the stores for purchase by mid-October.

Let’s discuss the
changes in the display and expected features in the upcoming iPhone 2021.

13 Display

If Apple follows the
same range, we believe that its display would measure in at 5.4-inches, 6.1-inches,
and 6.7-inches. We also believe that the latest phone will come up with a
notch-less screen with 120HZ refresh rate display and LTPO panel tech.

Due to the 120HZ
display, iPhone 13 would most likely have OLED Retina display which Samsung and
other rival candidates have. But we have to say that we’re particularly excited
about the LTPO panel because Samsun has this feature and it permits the device
to scale between 120HZ and 1Hz and save battery life. LTPO panel doesn’t
require additional components under the display to provide supportive refresh

The LTPO display of the
new iPhone could help give it a smooth refresh rate while keeping the frame
neat and preserving the battery life.

13 Specifications

It would be foolish to
not think that iPhone 13 won’t come with a chip upgrade. We’re betting that it
would be in the form of the A15 Bionic which is a successor to A14 Bionic found
in iPhone 12.  Obviously, this new SoC
(System-on-a-chip) is a major upgrade as far as the overall performance and
efficiency I concerned. But it’s not as big of a deal because for iPhone 14, 
Apple is expected to go further away and make a chip based on a 4-nanometer
press node. A14 is a 5 nanometer chip, if you’re wondering.

Also, check out the complete guide of iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max.

IPhone 13 is expected
to gain wireless connectivity. We recently discovered that Apple plans on using
the Qualcomm’s X60 5G modem in the upcoming iPhones in future. This is an
essential piece of knowledge as 5 nanometer x60 modem can easily integrate into
the chipset of a phone, leaving room for smaller footprint and reduced battery

The performance of 5Gshould be improved because the modem has the ability to combine mmWave and
sub-6GHz 5G networks effectively. We’re hearing that iPhone 13 will have Wi-Fi
6E which is a variation that makes the wireless speed faster.

13 Portless

Jon Prosser has
indicated that 2021 could be the year we finally get port-free iPhones in our
hands. This also means that the company will adopt a standard followed majorly
by Android phones. Some people might find the idea of a portless iPhone a bit
ridiculous but it’s a reality that is becoming true only because the European
Union forced all phone manufacturers to utilize common ports for charging.

So, these were the 3 changes
that you can expect from iPhone debuting in 2021. Do you like the changes?

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(Now here’s a little
detail that is still not confirmed but apparently the new iPhone 13 will be released
on December 22. We’re not going to go ahead with this news because we still
believe that it may come early than that. The 2021 iPhone so far is going to be
the next iPhone 13. So, stay tuned to Hayvine as we update you about everything related to iPhone 13)


Updated December 23, 2020
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