Apple is about to launch its much-touted iPhone 13 series in September. There are many rumours that have already made headlines about its price, features and more. iPhone 13 series will have four models- iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max.
Recently, GizmoChina has reported that the upcoming series will continue pre-orders from Citizenship Day and it's said to travel on sale starting September 24 within the market
Here’s a fast check out the five new iPhone 13 rumours that you simply may need missed:
The iPhone 13 series will are available new colour options which include a darker matte black variant and a replacement bronze colour. If rumours are to be believed, then it'll have the new matte black and bronze variants which may be available along side variety of other, more common colours.
The iPhone 13 series is predicted to return with a replacement manufacturing process which will supposedly lessen the amount of fingerprints and smudges on the phone’s back and sides.
Apple iPhone 13 will accompany a beamforming microphone tech from the AirPods. These microphones have the potential to capture crisper audio and provides better performance against standard mics.
Beamforming technology is essentially utilized in Apple’s HomePod in order that the form of the space is decided to which the smart speaker belongs. this may also help within the improvement of video-recording audio quality on the new iPhone 13 series.
Stronger MagSafe connections
The recent rumours revealed that the iPhone 13 series will accompany an improved magnetic connection on the rear of the phones, further allowing the accessories to tether better on the device, making the connection more reliable.
If rumours are to be believed, then Apple is predicted to form a couple of changes and upgrades to the iPhone 13’s camera system which is claimed to be better than last year’s sensors. Besides that, there are rumours a few new astrophotography mode, which can allow users to point to the sky to require pictures of celestial objects just like the moon and stars then adjust elements like exposure to require better photos.