iPhone 13, 1TB storage, Prospect of applying lidar sensor

It is predicted that Apple will apply

Citing a report from Wedbush Securities in the U.S., major foreign media such as 9to5Mac reported on the 21st (local time) that the iPhone 13 series is currently in the final development stage and that a 1TB(1024GB) storage option will be provided to the high-end “Pro” model.

Capacity - One terabyte (1 TB)

On the off chance that the report is valid, it will be twice just about as large as the past one. The iPhone 12 series, which was delivered in the second 50% of last year, supports up to 512GB internal capacity.

The rumor that iPhone 13 is equipped with 1TB storage has been raised repeatedly since last year. Famous IT Tipster (information leakage) John Proser said earlier this year, “Apple is testing up to 1TB capacity prototype” and claimed that 1TB-class internal capacity will be applied to the iPhone 13 Pro line.

On the other hand, market research firm TrendForce countered last month, predicting that the iPhone 13, which will come out this year, will maintain the same storage option as its predecessor. Wed Bush Securities refutes the rumor that 1TB will be installed in all models of iPhone 13 (LiDAR) sensors are expected to be applied.

In addition, there are various predictions from the industry about the iPhone 13. The next iPhone will have fewer “natches”like a dent at the top of the screen, and the sensor shift stabilization technology, which was exclusively for the iPhone 12 Promax, is expected to expand to the entire series. Also, various upgrades such as A15 Bionic Chepset, reverse wireless charging (wireless battery sharing), and battery capacity expansion are expected.

Like its predecessor, the next iPhone will be released in four types: △ 6.1-inch iPhone 13 △ 5.4-inch iPhone 13 mini △ 6.1-inch iPhone 13 Pro △ 6.7-inch iPhone 13 Promax. Wedbush predicted that the new iPhone will be released in the third week of September, considering the Apple event date in the past.

Source of content