Today, Apple will hold a video conference from its headquarters in Cupertino, California, to announce the next generation of its products.
This conference will witness the launch of iPhone 13 series of phones, the new Apple Watch, and the first development of the iPad mini, in addition to many other products.
According to speculations, the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max would have phone screens with a refresh rate of 120 hertz for the first time.
According to Kuo, the next iPhone 13 will include satellite communication technology in limited locations and solely for emergency situations, as a move that Apple may expand in the future.
Leaks showed that the accuracy and sizes of the new cameras, as well as the lens slots, may witness an evolution from the current generation of the phone.
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 batteries can enable reverse charging, and they also include stronger magnets.
The new phone has a 5-nanometer A15 CPU, which improves the new iPhone’s performance and speed, and the quality of the 5G network connection will improve owing to the new Qualcomm X60 modem, and the Wi-Fi network will also improve with the availability of “WiFi 6E.”