Over the past few months, there have been a plethora of leaks and speculations regarding the upcoming iPhone 13. This new smartphone series from Apple will launch in September at the earliest. However, the speculations and renders keep rolling in. Although there have been many renders and even prototypes of models in this series, more renders are still hitting the web.
The latest of these renders is from an Indian YouTuber (@Waqar Khan) but these renders are not much different from previous renderings. The most significant difference between this device and the iPhone 12 is probably the notch and rear camera arrangement. The notch on these renders is obviously smaller than that of the iPhone 12. This is consistent with many previous renders of the iPhone 13. In addition, the rear camera has a diagonal alignment which is different from the vertical alignment on the iPhone 12.
The renders also reveal that the iPhone 13 will have at least six colour options. From the images, we can see light purple, red, dark blue, orange, warm white, and black colours.
iPhone 13 series may not bring significant changes
From the speculations so far, the iPhone 13 may not come with significant upgrades. The appearance may be a bit different and of course, the chip will change. There may also be a camera sensor upgrade and Apple may launch a 1TB storage version. Besides these, we are not expecting any other changes on the iPhone 13 series.
The iPhone 13 will basically continue the design of the iPhone 12 series. It comes with a notch display as well as a flat middle frame design. This smartphone will come with a Samsung LTPO screen that supports a 120Hz adaptive refresh rate. The refresh rate will have a smart adjustment to suit the scenario. For instance, when a user opens a game, the refresh rate of the display automatically sets to 120Hz. However, if the user is just surfing through messages, the refresh rate sets at 60Hz. This way, the display remains efficient and saves more power.
Interestingly, this is the first time that an iPhone will use a refresh rate above 60Hz. Its latest iPhone 12 series comes with a maximum refresh rate of 60Hz. In addition, the iPhone 13 series will come with Apple’s new Bionic A15 processor. This is an improvement from the previous generation. This chip will also incorporate the latest Snapdragon baseband. Furthermore, this series will come with the latest Wi-Fi 6E technology. The optimizations in the camera department will also improve.