In addition, the camera bump will be just as thick with a tiny transform to the look.
The iPhone 13 series is anticipated to feature OLED displays with low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) backplane technology. The height and width dimensions are expected to be the same, but the thickness is rumored to increase by 0.26mm. However, the iPhone 13 camera module is also expected to be larger by 0.9mm and entirely encased in a sapphire glass cover.More news: Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War Zombies
When Apple launched the iPhone 12 previous year, it made one major change in the phone's packaging: it removed the charger and the Earpods from the box. The iPhone 12 Pro Max features a bigger 12MP lens (1.7µm) than the iPhone 12 Pro's (1.4µm).
Apart from the camera, the report from Mac Otakara coins that Apple might make changes on the front as well, notably, the notch which has been left undealt with since its debut with the iPhone X. While the Face ID sensors have seen improvements in terms of speed, the notch size remains the same.More news: Sarah Jessica Parker CONFIRMS 'Sex And The City' revival
Apple's next iPhone lineup, the iPhone 13 series (name unconfirmed) might come with a smaller notch but with a slightly thicker body. This will be made possible with the help of the TrueDepth camera moving to the edge of the case.
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Now, we have the exact numbers as to how much money Apple saved by removing the charger and the Earpods from the iPhone 12 box. While $4.2 is not a significant amount, especially when compared to the cost of the phone, Apple, as per a report by GizChina shipped around 63 million units of the iPhone 12 a year ago. Many sources agree that Apple will introduce the new iPhone SE and AirPods Pro in April, as the company introduces the new generation models of its products within 1 year. The LTPO panels will be supplied by Samsung as per earlier reports.