Apple is expected to launch its iPhone 13 series next month with multiple new additions to the software and hardware aspects of the device. Today, a Taiwanese research firm has highlighted the features that it expects Apple to integrate into the iPhone 13 Series.
Many of these changes were expected to come with the iPhone 12 series that was launched last year but did not make the cut, a higher refresh rate of 120Hz, a panel that supports variable refresh rates to save battery life. TrendForce’s investigations determined that the iPhone 13 series will feature a more powerful 5nm+ chipset which will presumably be called the A15 Bionic chipset.
It will boast mmWave 5G in the US as well as other countries. Apart from this, the investigation also highlighted that the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro are designed in a way that will save space inside the device.
This has allowed Apple to add bigger batteries to the devices, Take note that all of the features have already been rumored for the forthcoming flagship iPhone models.
In terms of pricing, TrendForce states that the iPhone 13 Series will cost users the same amount as it did last year, as it did last year. Since Apple is not changing much when it comes to the device’s hardware, the company can potentially save manufacturing costs.
The iPhone 12 models were announced in October of last year due to the unexpected pandemic situation. This time around, the company was prepared for any possible delays from day one. Henceforth, TrendForce believes that the company will return to its usual September release frame for the iPhone 13 Series.
TrendForce also mentions that iPhone shipments would maintain growth in the third quarter of this year.
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