iPhone 13 series: Wi-Fi 6E offers higher performance, lower latency

Here are the latest news related to Apple’s next line-up, let’s see together what emerged from some rumors circulated on the net. iPhone 13, in addition to having support for the new Wi-Fi 6E standard, could be equipped with a new, smaller notch and a camera that should not be underestimated. Furthermore, according to rumors, the very welcome Touch ID should return.

iPhone 13: not just Wi-Fi 6E

Skyworks, one of the suppliers of the Cupertino house, seems to be developing chips with integrated Wi-Fi 6E.

In addition to this vendor, another manufacturer that would be partnering with Apple to implement this chip would be Broadcom.

As already mentioned at the beginning, the next iPhone Series should guarantee, thanks to Wi-Fi 6E, higher performance with lower latency.

In addition to this rumored new standard, the Cupertino house should implement in its next smartphones a new camera with an optical image stabilization system very similar to the one present in DSLRs.

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Furthermore, according to rumors, Apple should present 4 new iPhone models in the coming months. The line-up would be very similar to that seen in the current iPhone 12. Here are the four variants expected:

  • iPhone Mini 13: it should be equipped with a screen LTPS by 5.4 inches with a refresh rate of 60Hz.
  • iPhone 13: it should arrive with a 6.1-inch diagonal LTPS type display and with a 60Hz refresh rate.
  • iPhone Pro 13: the first variant Pro may be equipped with a screen LTPO by 6.1 inches and a refresh rate of 120Hz.
  • 13 Pro Max: the second model of the Pro range could have a 6.7-inch diagonal display always of the same type as the 13 Pro. The refresh rate should also be the same.

Attention’s not called iPhone 13 though! Yes, this is the latest rumor that has been circulating on the web in the last few hours. In fact, it seems that the Cupertino company will change the name of the new range to iPhone 12s, all for a superstitious matter.

Source: PocketNow

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