Although the iPhone 13 series is still a few months away, details about it have begun to increase.
Now, some foreign media have obtained photos that are suspected of being rendered in 3D for the iPhone 13. The most attractive change is that the two rear cameras are arranged diagonally.
The main change of this model is its bangs,
where the TrueDepth sensor array for Face ID is placed. In addition to moving the earpiece to the edge of the front glass, the rendering shows that the latest generation of iPhone has also moved the position of the camera hole, suggesting that the front panel may bring a second camera.
On the back of the fuselage,
the camera module provides four punch holes, and the cameras placed in it are arranged diagonally, farther apart from each other. It is believed that the LiDAR sensors of the iPhone 12 Pro series will not appear on non-Pro models in 2021.
Other rumors about this model include the use of a 120Hz ProMotion display, f/1.5 wide-angle camera, new color coatings, and wider use of sensor stabilization systems.
According to the latest news from DigiTimes,Apple’s long-term supplier TSMC will start large-scale shipments of A15 chips for Apple’s upcoming iPhone 13 at the end of May.
The new chip will be based on a 5nm enhanced process, which will debut in the A14 Bionic and 2020 iPad Air and iPhone 12 series.
Due to the impact of the global health crisis on suppliers, Apple launched the iPhone 12 series in October instead of the normal September.
The impact on the supply chain has eased. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that Apple is expected to return to the release of the iPhone 13 in September 2021.
This is because TSMC is now believed to start large-scale shipments of new chips ahead of schedule. .