In accordance with past practices, Apple will hold an autumn new product launch conference in September this year to officially launch a new generation of flagship mobile phone iPhone 13. According to related news, Apple will bring some major changes in the appearance of the iPhone 13.
iPhone 13 render shows that the area of the notch of the phone has been greatly reduced, and the borders around the screen have also been further narrowed. The overall visual effect of the screen is even better than the current one. Excellent, with a higher screen-to-body ratio.
It is reported that the iPhone 13 will use the latest D-ToF (Direct ToF) technology to replace the existing Face ID components, which will reduce the volume of the 3D structured light sensing module correspondingly.
In addition, the rendering also revealed some iPhone 13 configuration information, the most eye-catching of which is the 120Hz screen refresh rate. It is reported that the device will be equipped with an LTPO screen from Samsung, and it can also support a 1-120Hz adaptive refresh. Rate adjustment, which saves more power than ordinary high refreshing.
At the same time, the iPhone 13 will further enhance the AR effect of the mobile phone. Not only will it have stronger A15 processor support, but it will also be equipped with a lidar scanner for the entire system, which can significantly enhance the ability of AR applications and effectively improve the shooting effect.
In terms of performance, the iPhone 13 will be upgraded to an A15 processor, and will also be equipped with a memory specification of up to 1TB to adapt to the iPhone’s more powerful shooting capabilities and store more photos and videos.
Of course, with the all-round improvement of the iPhone 13 in terms of design and performance, its price will also rise at the same time. The top version is expected to exceed the price of $2300 and become the most expensive iPhone in history.
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