A day before the California Streaming event scheduled for Tuesday, September 14 from Apple for the official unveiling of the iPhone 13, a new media report revealed that the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will be an option with a capacity of terabytes for the first time in the history of the iPhone.
Where the iPhone 13 is released in four versions: iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max..
And the Arab portal for technical news quoted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo that the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini may have a storage setting of 128 GB, 256 GB, and 512 GB, but there is no 64 GB option.
Apple is also expected to unveil the AirPods 3 at its Tuesday event, but Apple will likely keep the AirPods 2 available as another option for shoppers besides the redesigned AirPods 3.
Previous leaks and rumors pointed to the iPhone 13 lineup that includes four models the same sizes as last year’s models.
The new phones are expected to be equipped with improved cameras, including portrait video mode, astrophotography mode, ultra-wide-angle lens, and better optical zoom for video recording.
The leaks indicate that the iPhone 13 phones will have sensors larger than those in the iPhone 12 Pro Max phones, along with a sensor to adjust the quality and stability of the image, which improves the autofocus mechanism and the stability of the captured images.
It also notes that there are some improvements in the ultra-wide lens of the two flagships, which allow for better pictures in dim lights, and improve autofocus when shooting.
Expectations indicate that the new iPhones will provide larger battery capacities than the iPhone 12 phones, with Apple providing some space for its internal components to allow for a larger battery.
The new phone includes a 5-nanometer A15 processor, which adds improvements and speed in the performance of the new iPhone, and the quality of the 5G network connection will improve thanks to the new modem from Qualcomm X60, and the improvements also include Wi-Fi, with the availability of “WiFi 6E”.
The Apple event will be a virtual broadcast from Apple Park.
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