iPhone 13, via the 64GB and 1TB cut on the Pro model?

Ming-Chi Kuo particularly active today. After his predictions on the possible launch of the new AirPods 3, the well-known analyst also talked about the iPhone 13.

The event is getting closer and closer and rumors about new products are getting closer and closer. According to the analyst the new iPhone 13 will finally say goodbye to the 64GB cut. This means that the available memory cuts will be 128GB, 256GB and 512GB. A novelty that could delight many users, given the limits of 64GB storage. Obviously this novelty should also involve the mini model. As for iPhone 13 Pro, both models should earn the 1TB cut. The current 128GB, 256GB and 512GB sizes should be retained to offer four different memory sizes.

The always reliable Mark Gurman also spoke about the new Apple event. In its newsletter Sunday, Gurman has in fact summarized all the news expected on iPhone 13 and Apple Watch Series 7. As for iPhone 13:

  • Unchanged design but reduced notch
  • Three sensors on the Pro models and two on the standard model
  • Portrait mode also in videos, new AI-based filters, recording in ProRes on Pro models
  • New A15 chip
  • LTPO display on Pro models, with increased panel refresh rate

As for instead Apple Watch Series 7, Gurman brakes on the arrival of a new sensor but confirms the design and the two variants of 45 and 41mm, as anticipated by the many rumors in recent weeks. Obviously there will be a faster S7 chip and new dials to take advantage of the increase in the diagonal of the display.

There are now only a few days left for the expected event. As always, we remind you to follow him with us on iPhoneItalia

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