The iPhone 13 series will not launch until September at the earliest. However, there have been a series of speculations regarding these devices. In addition to the speculations, the iPhone 13 series are now getting relevant certifications. These devices recently appeared on the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC). Unfortunately, this database does not reveal any information regarding this device. However, the Chinese 3C certification shows that the battery capacity of the iPhone 13 series will increase.
The iPhone 13 Pro Max will come with a 4352mAh, which is nearly 700mAh more than the 3687 mAh of the 12 Pro Max. In addition, the iPhone 13 will use a 3095 mAh battery while the iPhone 13 mini will offer a 2406mAh battery capacity. According to industry reports, iPhone proofing work is divided into four parts: design module, correction, finalization, and mass production. The entire process takes 9 months and some of these processes are done already.
iPhone 13 series speculations
The latest speculation regarding the iPhone 13 series is on the RAM, storage, and starting price. The cheapest model of the iPhone 13 series, iPhone 13 mini will have a $700 starting price, While non-Pro models will have 4GB of RAM and 64GB, 128GB, or 256GB capacity, the Pro models will have up to 6GB of RAM and 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, or 1TB of storage.
The biggest difference between the iPhone 12 series and its predecessor will be the battery and display. The high refresh rate, as well as the LTPO panels that support 1 – 120Hz adaptive refresh rate adjustment on the Pro models, will be a great addition. This means that the refresh rate will adjust automatically according to the usage scenario. This will eventually save more power. Apple’s ProMotion technology debuted on the iPad in 2017, and we expect Apple to bring this technology to the iPhone later this year. We expect this technology at least on the higher-end 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch iPhone 13 Pro series models. This will be the first time that the iPhone display will use a refresh rate above 60Hz. The latest iPhone 12 series screen refresh rate peaks at 60Hz.
In addition, we also expect a better camera configuration from the iPhone 13 series. Of course, it will come with a better Bionic A15 processor. In addition, this new series from Apple will be the last to launch a “mini” version. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo once said that the 5.4-inch iPhone mini will be discontinued in 2022. This means that Apple will not be releasing the iPhone 14 mini next year.