While the iPhone 13 is still a few months out, we’ve already seen a slew of rumors and leaks about what Apple has planned for us when it arrives in the fall.
The iPhone 13 – or maybe the iPhone 12S – is unlikely to arrive before September, but it’s almost guaranteed to be the latest iPhone for 2021, and if you’re in the market for a new handset, it might be your next purchase. We’re starting to get a good picture of what to expect from the main handset, as well as the iPhone 13 mini and iPhone 13 Pro, thanks to a slew of iPhone 13 leaks and rumors.
IPHONE 13 RELEASE DATE IN NEPAL
|EXPECTED PRICE||NPR 142,500|
|Performance||Apple A14 Bionic|
|Display||6.2 inches (15.75 cm)|
|Camera||13 MP + 13 MP|
|Price In Nepal||142,500|
|Ram||4 GB, 4 GB|
Apple will reportedly accomplish this notch reduction by integrating the iPhone 12’s Face ID unlocking system’s currently separated infrared flood illuminator, camera, and dot projector into a single module.
A dummy unit of the IOS 13 Pro appears to have a smaller notch on the front. This is accomplished by incorporating the earpiece into the phone’s bezel and shifting the front camera from the right to the left. The move appears to be confirmed by leaked glass screen protectors.
A diagonal camera module for the iPhone 13 and 13 mini has been used in CAD renders and 3D-printed versions. The two camera lenses on the iPhone 12 and 12 mini are stacked on top of each other, but the lenses on the two lower-tier 13 versions appear to be set in a slash.
These other leaks were verified by a recent prototype of the iPhone 13 mini in blue. The biggest change we can expect from the iPhone 13 is that one model will have a port-less design, eliminating the Lightning port in favor of wireless charging and data transfer.
If Apple sticks to four iPhone 13 versions, we should expect screens that are 5.4 inches, 6.1 inches, and 6.7 inches in size. According to ET News, Apple’s 6.1-inch iPhone 13 Pro and 6.7-inch iPhone 13 Pro Max will have a 120Hz refresh rate. Smoother scrolling, better game-play, and video playback would all be possible as a result of this. An LTPO display in the iPhone 13 could allow the phone to have a super smooth refresh rate while maintaining the iPhone 12’s neat frame. Improved power consumption is another advantage of LTPO. According to a DigiTimes study, the LTPO displays Samsung and LG are developing for the iPhone 13 Pro models will cut power consumption by 15% to 20%.
STORAGE AND OTHER SPECS
The iPhone 13 is expected to have storage options ranging from 64GB to 512GB, but according to a recent analyst survey, the iPhone 13 may have up to 1TB of storage. That would make it the iPhone with the most onboard storage ever.
In terms of wireless access, the iPhone 13 could see a significant upgrade. According to documents from Apple’s Qualcomm settlement, Apple intends to use Qualcomm‘s X60 5G modem in future iPhones, which would most likely include the iPhone 13.
In terms of storage, we don’t foresee any improvements over the iPhone 12. As a result, we expect the iPhone 13 to be available in 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB capacities. We’re hoping the iPhone 13 finds a way to squeeze as much life out of a battery pack as possible, given the faster battery drain 5G can cause.
We haven’t learned much about the iPhone 13 lineup as a whole yet, but according to one report, the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will feature a new 6-element ultra-wide lens. It will also be capable of auto-focus. A 5-element ultra-wide angle lens is included in the latest iPhone 12 Pro models. In general, the more elements in a lens, the better the image quality. In the same vein as zooming, the iPhone 13 is expected to receive camera updates that will allow it to better capture the night sky and deliver portrait mode videos. A dedicated astrophotography mode could be allowed by an upgraded ultra-wide camera on all iPhone 13 models. According to Kuo, Iphone 13 will have an f/1.8 aperture, up from f/2.4 on the iPhone 12. When combined with a six-element lens, this ensures more light can enter the sensor, improving image quality.
As per Bloomberg, the iPhone 13 will most likely lack reverse wireless charging, which would have required it to charge Air-pods Pro and Apple Watch. An iPhone-compatible variant of the classic MacBook Pro MagSafe charger has also been unveiled in a recent patent. If introduced, the Lightning port will be replaced by a new charging mechanism kept in place by magnets. As a result, you might charge wirelessly while still having the protection of a cable that will break if knocked or tripped.