New specifications for iPhone 13 unveiled

New specifications for iPhone 13 unveiled
New specifications for iPhone 13 unveiled

Although little time has passed since the launch of the iPhone 12 series, tech websites are starting to focus on the next generation of devices Iphone, Which is expected to be announced at the end of next year.

Renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said: The iPhone 13 series will come in four versions, and the Pro models in particular feature an upgrade to the camera using an F / 1.8 6P ultra-wide lens (six elements) with autofocus.

This is a remarkable improvement in quality compared to my 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max that use F / 2.4 and 5P for fixed focus units, and there are still no reports about the camera upgrades that will come in the less expensive iPhone 13s.

Apple is reportedly partnering with Taiwanese company Largan Precision to supply iPhone camera lenses for next year, with reports indicating that the company will receive about 70% of all orders.

The leaks had indicated that the iPhone 13 will come with a giant storage capacity of 1 terabyte, which is the first of its kind in Apple phones.

It is expected that Apple will soon offer a storage option of 1 TB for the new iPhone, after years of stopping at the 512 GB capacity.

Apple doubles the internal storage capacity of iPhones every two to three years, and has maintained a maximum capacity of 512 GB for 3 years.

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