The iPhone 12 series of phones came with important design changes and led to the integration of OLED screens on all Apple smartphone models, but the hardware differences in other chapters have increased. The Pro models received a LiDAR sensor, while the iPhone 12 Pro Max also came with new photo sensors and lenses. It seems that on the iPhone 13 range, at least in terms of cameras, the differences will not be so small. The LiDAR, but also the stabilized photo sensor will reach even the cheaper models.
LiDAR technology could be a priority for Apple on the iPhone 13 series
According to business analyst Daniel Ives of Wedbush Securities, who provides reports for Apple investors, he claims that Apple will try to bring the iPhone 13 models to a level of capabilities close. Thus, the LiDAR system will reach even the lower models, such as the standard and Mini. In fact, the diagonal design of the cameras on these devices, which has appeared in previous leaks, would suggest that it is necessary to move the internal components to make room for changes in the cameras.
The stabilized sensor, which debuted on the iPhone 12 Pro Max, which should provide a higher level of stabilization, similar to that of professional cameras, is also larger, and needs more space to function properly. However, it is unclear whether Apple will use a new sensor with improved capabilities, or whether it will keep last year’s sensor, whose performance could be improved using software processing techniques.
Another novelty that the iPhone 13 models could bring in the range of Apple mobile devices is the internal 1TB storage. Previously, Pro models stopped at 512 GB. Given the company’s past releases, models with 1 TB of storage could have even more RAM. For example, in the case of iPad Pro 2020, all tablet variants with up to 512 GB used 6 GB of RAM, and those with 1 TB of storage had 8 GB of RAM. Thus, the Pro models from 2021 could be the first to be delivered with more than 6 GB of RAM.
iPhone 13 will be the first generation of Apple phones delivered from the factory with iOS 15. The operating system will be unveiled on Monday, June 7, during the WWDC online conference.
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