IPhone 13 design is still a “unknown” for the technology world today. However, as predicted by experts, Apple’s high-end flagship next year will own a smaller notch, LiDAR sensor, 120Hz screen … especially the return of Touch ID and the Wi-Fi 6E standard. .
LiDAR sensor will be available on 4 versions of iPhone 13
According to the report, the iPhone 13 launched next year will have the same four models as the iPhone 12 series. At the same time, this phone will use D-ToF (Direct ToF) technology.
Recently, the US-based II-VI will join Apple’s supply chain for the next generation of iPhones revealed that: The company will make VCSEL chips for LiDAR scanners and analysts believe that demand for ToF VCSEL will increase next year.
Thus, the VCSEL chip used for Apple’s LiDAR sensor will be supplied by the II-VI, while the Lumentum Lei chip supply will remain the UK IQE.
Furthermore, Winmao is also expanding the purchase of VCSEL measurement and testing equipment exclusively for ToF sensors on the iPhone, with output expected to increase by 20-30%.
IPhone 13 design will have smaller notch, 120Hz screen
Recently, Apple’s supply chain also said that next year there is a significant change in the Apple iPhone 13 ToF sensor, making the design of the notch more compact than its predecessor.
Previously, sources have also revealed that the iPhone 13 will be equipped with Qualcomm X55 chip with stronger 5G performance, allowing double memory to increase storage capacity as well as ensure smooth and stable. .
Especially all versions will be equipped with LPTO panels (“ProMotion” screen with a refresh rate up to 120Hz), the return of Touch ID and standard Wi-Fi 6E.
The 6E Wi-Fi standard not only supports 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands, and also supports 6 GHz bands. With the 6 GHz band, Wi-Fi 6E has high data rates (up to 9.6 Gbps) and more bandwidth.
As a high-end product line of Apple so the company will “elaborate” for every detail on the iPhone 13 design that is released next year. Does the version have a compact notch, faster 5G technology and LiDAR sensors on all versions? Let’s wait together!