IPhone 13 will ship with bigger battery, MmWave 5g and new camera software

(RTTNews) – Speculation about the features of the upcoming iPhone 13 intensifies as the launch date approaches.

According to research and analysis firm TrendForce, Apple Inc (AAPL) equips the iPhone with a next-generation chipset, which will take up less space and result in a bigger battery. The new iPhone lineup is expected to land in September.

The new 5nm + silicon would be called A15 bionic and it will support mmWave 5g in other countries. The chipset will be faster and more battery efficient because Apple has increased the performance of all of its products. The new chip will free up more space, making room for a larger battery.

According to TrendForce, the company will also make changes to its pricing. “The iPhone 13 will see a change in its load circuit board from the previous rigid-flex PCB design to a new design with SiP combined with flexible PCB. The space saving feature of this new design will also lead to an increase in battery capacity, ”the firm said.

The iPhone 13 is also believed to have a smaller notch, as the company has yet to find a way to remove its face-scan sensors or move them under the display. It’s worth noting that Samsung announced its next-generation foldable phones on Wednesday, including the Galaxy Z Fold 3 with a built-in front camera.

Apple also plans to introduce a range of new camera features in its next line. Portrait video will allow users to record videos in portrait mode. In a report released earlier this week, Bloomberg said that ProRAW video mode in Pro versions is going to be replaced by ProRes modes this year. The resolution of these videos will be even higher and allow users to shoot movie-like videos.

When it comes to pricing, the new lineup will reflect the same aggressive pricing strategy of the iPhone 12, TrendForce said. “When it comes to retail pricing, the iPhone 13 series is expected to remain similar to the iPhone 12 series assuming Apple is able to effectively control manufacturing costs, as the latest models do not come with upgrades. material level. Due to this aggressive pricing system, iPhone shipments are likely to maintain its growth path for two consecutive years, “the company added.

While most speculation has been around for a while, it remains to be seen which of it actually comes true.

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