iPhone 13 Leaks? Specifications Leaked?

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120 Hertz refresh rate, always-on, smaller notch, A15 chipset, X60 modem, Wi-Fi 6E, larger batteries, larger cameras, better cameras, and better video. Mini, Non-mini, Pro, Pro Max, maybe one terabyte, and possibly Touch ID. It’s the iPhone 13 or iPhone 12S, and it may be released as soon as next month.

So, should you begin saving now?
There was a number of early speculations about Touch ID returning, but not to replace Face ID, but to supplement it. And not necessarily in the power button, but rather in the display itself.
Using Apple’s own acoustic technology or Qualcomm’s previously licensed ultrasonic technology, or yes, but new reports suggest in-display Touch ID has been pushed back a year or more.

So I’ll just anticipate it when I see it.
The same may be said for a one-terabyte storage choice. It was mentioned early this year, only to have our expectations dashed by more recent stories of murder, death, and destruction.
And I mean, I really want that, but what will the cost be if we obtain it?
And, like the original terabyte iPad Pro, will it include a RAM bonus?
Because it would be really useful, especially considering the recent Apple leaks, which include the lovely but gluttonous ProRes video codec as a recording option.

Crystal Clear Prores Display

ProRes is Apple’s professional resolution video codec, the one used in Final Cut Pro and in cinema cameras from ARRI to Blackmagic. According to rumors, ProRes will support 1080p and 4k resolutions on the iPhone. Will it be the highly compressed LT or the less compressed HQ, 10 bit, 12 bit, or 12 bit Dolby Vision?
Portless! Is it possible for Apple to go RAW?

Regardless, it should make professional video editing a breeze, similar to what ProRAW accomplished for picture editing last year.But there is no new speculation about USB C, let alone Thunderbolt 4, to extract that data from the iPhone. However, there are no fresh reports of becoming completely portless, at least not this year.

5G Features – M2 Processor – Faster Better for Gaming!

There will be Qualcomm’s X60 modem, which will provide superior millimeter wave high band 5G for Verizon and maybe a few other areas.
However, the fad is Samsung’s five nanometer technology, and it won’t be as thirsty. And while this isn’t nearly as excellent as TSMC’s initial, much less upgraded, five nanometer process, Apple has purchased it all for the A15. And, sure, A15, not M1, because M1 is a 14-generation semiconductor that Apple previously deployed in the iPhone 12 last year.

M2 generation silicon will be used in the A15.

And I already have a whole explainer up on it, which I’ll link to in the description just below the like button. And we’ll most likely see a 20 percent increase in single core performance.
Perhaps more, and ideally more for graphics cores. Perhaps some further vector savings from RMV 9, as well as any other surprises Apple manages to include in the other silicon IP.

The Wi-Fi 6E

The Wi-Fi 6E is the same thing as the Enterprise E, but the best form of it.And in this situation, it simply means that the theoretical speed is the same, but it may go up to the six gigahertz range, which is less crowded. That is, if you have a suitable router, you should see more of that possible speed. I skipped 6 since 6E is the Wi-Fi upgrade I’ve been hoping for.

Depth of Field, Bokeh – More Perfect Camera

According to the latest rumors, Cinematic Video, which adds computational depth of field or bokeh, is also on the way. Essentially, what portrait mode has been doing for photographs for the past five years, but with improved face tracking for video. So, does Apple have the requisite hardware and segmentation algorithms to make it work on video? I sincerely hope so, because there will be one less excuse to drag around those much larger and heavier cameras.

LIDAR Camera

On the other hand, the twin rear cameras on the non-Pro versions are anticipated to be diagonal, but given that early reports of LIDAR coming to all models have faded, will it truly make a difference in terms of picture fusion or is it simply cosmetic, so everyone knows you have the new units? You will be able to do the new unit flex.

Better Cameras

Sensor shift, on the other hand, is Apple’s version of On-Body image Stabilization, or IBIS, which debuted on the iPhone 12 Pro Max wide angle camera. It appears to be coming with more cameras on more models, but does it imply all or just the majority? Basically, bigger and better sensors all around, including, notably, the ultra wide angle sensor, which will soon begin autofocusing on its own.

Giant pixel bean sensors and enormous periscope zooms appear to be a year or two away, but this will all result in far better looking low light, night, and astrophotography.And all for the low, low price of the biggest, most massive camera bumps ever seen on a phone’s back. However, there will be an equal and opposite reduction in the size of the notch on the front of the phone. Just better integrate all of the components, thanks to Apple.

120-Hz Display

We should look particularly good on the iPhone’s first Promotion Display, Apple’s term for variable refresh rate. That means it can go up to 120 Hertz for buttery smooth scrolling and better gaming, but it can also go down to 48 Hertz to present movies as nature and Hollywood intended. For static images and interfaces, use 24 Hertz. And the increased refresh rates help to balance the higher power drain. That is essentially what the iPad Pro has been doing since 2017. However, according to rumors, it will be able to dip all the way down to one hertz, like the Apple Watch has been doing since 2019. And for essentially the same reason.

Magic 8-Ball Pointing – Larger Battery

Always-on, ultra-low-power display, in this case, for the lock screen.
So you’ll be able to check the clock and perhaps some widgets without even picking it up and waking it up, or barking at Siri like an animal. But, considering the higher cost of the additional technology, would it be limited to Pro versions only? The Magic 8-Ball appears to be pointing to yes. It also appears that Apple will include a little larger battery in all of the upcoming iPhone models, just in case, making them somewhat thicker, if not completely thick.

Display Size

However, when paired with the enhanced efficiency, even with certain more demanding features, it should result in a net gain, including, and particularly for, the iPhone Mini. Perhaps convert it from a day walker to a full-fledged nightrider as well. And, according to rumors, the mini will be returning for at least one more year, at least for the time being. So, if you’re a lover of small phones, you might want to get in on the action while you still can. Because it will otherwise be the same 5.4-inch size as the non-Pro and Pro models. Both have the same 6.1-inch screen size, while the Pro Max has the same 6.7-inch screen size.

Color Choices

Silver, some variant of gold, and maybe matte black, with bronze reported for the pros. For the regulars, there are black, white, and red possibilities, as well as a few or few wild card options.
So orange, yellow, green, purple, and perhaps pink. Then, if Apple wants to dampen expectations, they’ll put a 12s on the slides, like they did with the iPhone 10s. Or, if they really want to push it, they’ll go full-on whole number, like Apple did with the iPhone 8. And Tim Cook will greet us with the iPhone 13 right now. But, for a moment, just because Apple releases a new iPhone every year does not imply that you must replace your iPhone every year. Because vehicle and television manufacturers release new models every year, you must replace your car or television every year.
It simply means that whenever you’re ready to upgrade, you’ll always get the most recent, best model available, which should last you the longest length of time possible until you’re ready to upgrade again.

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