The iPhone 13 family, which Apple will introduce in September, continues to be caught in the cameras. Let’s see how the new series will look like? Here are the details.
The countdown has begun for September, which everyone is eagerly waiting for. As September approaches, when Apple will introduce the iPhone 13 family, leaks continue to come about new models. Today, Bunkers, a major accessory maker, has released photos of the metal molds for all four models of the iPhone 13. The fact that these photos match with the leaks that have emerged so far also increases the accuracy.
iPhone 13 will attract attention with its camera system
According to leaks, Apple will include larger lenses in its new series. These lenses will be positioned diagonally on the main and mini model. In Pro and Pro Max, the cameras will be in the same order, and these models will also have a LiDAR sensor. Apple is expected to make a leap in camera this year and compete with the Android front in particular.
These models, which will be powered by the Apple A15 chipset, will be divided into two on the screen. While the main and mini models will have a 60 Hz OLED display, the Pro and Pro Max will use a 120 Hz ProMotion OLED display. It seems like it will be highly criticized that Apple does not include a 120 Hz screen in all its models. Probably this screen will work between 1 Hz and 120 Hz. The variable refresh rate can extend the life of the charge if Apple includes an always-on display.