With the Apple "Spring Loaded" event taking place at dawn on April 21, rumors regarding the next major iPhones became rampant.
The iPhone 12 generation has gone through 6 months and there has been a lot of information leaked and speculation about the next iPhone line, possibly called iPhone 13. Of course, it is not excluded that it will be. Called iPhone 12s, or just iPhone, or maybe iPhone 21 because it was released in 2021.

There have been a lot of rumors related to the camera, specifications and features of the iPhone 13. Here is a summary of the most anticipated technologies on the iPhone 13.

1.) The iPhone 13 is likely to have a larger battery:


Initial rumors revealed that the iPhone 13 would have a larger battery. The battery life of the iPhone 12 has been quite good. Both iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro can be used for 1 day with no problems.

However, it still has the best battery life. The Samsung Galaxy S21 smartphone with a 4,500mAh battery, or the Galaxy S21 Ultra with the 5,000mAh battery, has a significantly longer lifespan. What's more, both have high refresh rates, which can consume more battery power.

Although Apple never discloses the battery capacity inside the iPhone, repair sites like iFixit have removed them, confirming the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro are both equipped with a 2,815mAh battery. The great thing is that Apple is able to keep up the good enough battery life from that small battery thanks to the great performance of A-series processors and their iOS platform.

Even after that, the iPhone still needs a larger capacity battery. That's what most people want.

2.) The iPhone 13 screen will be equipped with Pro Motion 120Hz technology:


Since 2017, the iPad Pro has had a 120Hz refresh rate display, but that's just an LCD panel. And some recent sources said, the iPhone 13 will have a high-frequency OLED display. Over the past few years, many of us have been eager to see this feature on the iPhone. There are already plenty of phones at different price points that have high-frequency screens, such as the OnePlus Nord N10 5G that comes with a 90Hz display for $300, while the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Ultra for the price. 800 USD - 1200 USD, respectively, also has a 120Hz screen. Recently, Asus also launched the ROG Phone 5 aimed at gamers with a 144Hz screen. For ease of visualization, the iPhone 12 has only a 60Hz display.

In fact, a high frequency scan will make everything look better. The animations, the graphics look sharper, the motion blur is reduced, and titles (especially those designed for high-frequency displays) will seem more immersive and lifelike. Think how great games in Apple Arcade would be when played on a 120Hz screen.

The next generation of iPhones need 120Hz screens, at least the "Pro" models. That would be another "Pro" feature that differentiates the high-end models from the regular and mini versions.

New rumors suggest that the Pro models will feature LTPO (Low-temperature Polycrystalline oxide) displays. Basically, LTPO monitors can quickly change the scan frequency without the need for additional display hardware. The Galaxy S21 Ultra, which was launched in February, also uses an LTPO display. This screen will deliver higher brightness without consuming a lot of power, Samsung claims.

3.) The next iPhone won't have any ports:


Previous rumors have always confirmed that the iPhone 13 will not have a Lightning port. Since Apple removed the headphone jack in 2016 in 2016, people have speculated that one day, Apple will make a phone with absolutely no ports. In December, Ming-Chi Kuo confirmed that Apple would release an iPhone with no ports in 2021.

The fact that Apple released MagSafe charger on iphone 12 makes it easy to imagine such a portless future. However, in its current form, MagSafe charging only reaches a maximum of 15W, which is lower than the 20W power level you get from a USB-C - Lightning cable and charger. OnePlus also has its own wireless charger called Warp Charge 30.

Not only does the next version of MagSafe need to be more powerful to replace the physical charging cable, Apple also needs to address the data-sharing issues that Lightning cables currently handle. Presumably, Apple is expecting 5G, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.0 and its Ultra-Wide Band U1 chip to become alternatives to data sharing capabilities. Or the company can create a MagSafe version that can transmit data.

Or Apple can integrate into the iPhone an underground contact pin structure like the Smart Connector that the company is implementing on the iPad Pro. Besides the USB-C port, the iPad Pro also has 3 more flat metal contacts located on the back. When using the accessory Magic Keyboard with iPad Pro, it will communicate with iPad through Smart Connector and magnetic magnet. You can even plug the USB-C cable into the side of the Magic Keyboard to charge your iPad Pro.

Even if the next iPhone has the "Smart MagSafe" feature, removing the port on the iPhone generation is not what Apple needs to do right now.

4.) The next iPhone may have a new camera:


The biggest and most rumored feature is the camera on the iPhone. Many rumors suggest, the new iPhone will have a new lens, a new camera sensor as well as the anti-shake capability in the sensor to be used more widely.

Currently, the iPhone 12 Pro has the same wide-angle and wide-angle selfie cameras as the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini. The iPhone 12 Pro model adds a 2x telephoto camera, but not the same as the 2.5x camera on the iPhone 12 Pro Max. The iPhone 13 Pro may have a larger sensor for the wide-angle camera, but it's still unclear if it's exactly the same as on the iPhone 13 Pro Max. However, this larger sensor could be equipped with sensor-based vibration resistance, which is currently only available in the iPhone 12 Pro Max model.

The iPhone 13 Pro is also said to have the same telephoto camera as it is on the iPhone 13 Pro Max. All that means the next regular Pro version will be closer to the Pro Max version. This year, the iPhone 12 Pro is more similar to the iPhone 12.

5.) Touch ID can go back to iPhone:


iPhone 13 may have an in-display fingerprint sensor. Since the first Android phones with in-display fingerprint sensors appeared, many have speculated that the Touch ID sensor under the screen would be another way to alleviate the frustration with Face ID.

Current Android phones have two types of in-display fingerprint sensors. Some phones like the OnePlus 8T and Motorola Edge Plus use an optical in-display fingerprint sensor. While other models like the Galaxy S21 series use Qualcomm's ultrasonic fingerprint sensor.

If the iPhone 13 has an in-display western sensor, it's unclear if it will replace Face ID or become an additional biometric solution. Rumors as well as illustrations in a patent that Apple filed in 2019 suggest that the iPhone can be unlocked with fingerprint sensor in any position on the screen instead of just a single sensor. on Android phone.

If Touch ID is added to the iPhone without replacing Face ID, it will help us with more security methods and access to our phones. An obvious alternative biometric security measure is what the iPhone needs right now.

6.) iPhone 13 can record videos in portrait mode


The rumors are finally related to the camera. Accordingly, the iPhone 13 will probably have a better astrophotography mode. Right now, you can attach your iPhone to a tripod, and in the darkest conditions, you can extend the night mode for up to 30 seconds. Under the sky and the right weather, you can take a beautiful photo of the starry sky. However, it still doesn't compare to what the Google Pixel phones can do.

If the rumor is true, the astronomical mode can be extended for up to 30 seconds, or maybe Apple will take advantage of computational photography for better image quality. Besides, this feature may only appear on Pro models, similar to Apple ProRAW. This is not an essential feature, but it will be a great one.

7.) iPhone 13 can do better astrophotography:


The rumors are finally related to the camera. Accordingly, the iPhone 13 will probably have a better astrophotography mode. Right now, you can attach your iPhone to a tripod, and in the darkest conditions, you can extend the night mode for up to 30 seconds. Under the sky and the right weather, you can take a beautiful photo of the starry sky. However, it still doesn't compare to what the Google Pixel phones can do.

If the rumor is true, the astronomical mode can be extended for up to 30 seconds, or maybe Apple will take advantage of computational photography for better image quality. Besides, this feature may only appear on Pro models, similar to Apple ProRAW. This is not an essential feature, but it will be a great one.
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