Famous designer Veniamin Geskin created unofficial render of the next iPhone model. In his work, he was guided by the most reliable rumors and leaks – in particular, that the new Apple smartphones will have a monolithic camera unit without separately protruding lenses.
The camera will continue to be housed in a massive and strongly protruding unit, however, the lenses are not covered individually, but by common glass. Thanks to this solution, the camera is much easier to clean from dirt, because dust particles will no longer adhere to the base of the lens protector.
Barclays analysts Blaine Curtis and Thomas O’Malley believe all new iPhones will have improved ultra-wide-angle sensors with aperture adjustable up to f / 1.8 (the iPhone 12 line has an ultra-wide-angle camera of f / 2.4). The iPhone 13 Pro will use the same telephoto lens currently found in the iPhone 12 Pro Max (f / 2.2 and 65mm focal length), while the iPhone 13 Pro will have an improved telephoto lens. This data is quite consistent with what analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in November 2020. According to him, the new Apple smartphones will have ultra-wide angle f / 1.8 apertures, but he attributed this improvement to only two top models – Pro and Pro Max.
It is not yet known what the next generation Apple smartphones will be called. According to some reports, the company will call this line the iPhone 12s, since the improvements will be minor: the devices will inherit last year’s design from the iPhone 12 and retain most of the existing parameters. It is known that the top models of the new iPhone line will be equipped with 1 TB drives.
According to insiders, Apple is going to add support for Always On Display to its new smartphones. Thanks to this, they can always display the time, date and other information, while the energy consumption will be minimal. Insiders also report that Apple smartphones will have support for Wi-Fi 6E technology for even faster data exchange over a wireless connection.
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