Why iPhone 13 might destroy Android phones?
Why iPhone 13 might destroy Android phones? Here is why.
Apple launched its iPhone 13 on September 14, 2021. With lots of rumors going on in the market, the expectations from Apple this time seem to be very high.
iPhone 13 line-up will featured four phones: iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max. This line-up matched the four iPhone 12 models from last year.
With all these rumors going on in the market, Android phones might be most affected by this. Because of the huge number of features Apple provides in this new series, Android Phones might suffer a great loss.
Here we have provided some features of iPhone 13 which might destroy the Android Phones in the market:
Improved 5G Technology With Advanced Modem
Digitimes, a well-known technology website, has revealed that Apple is set to launch a high proportion of its next-gen iPhones with second-class 5G. It further adds that Apple has added a fifth AiP (antenna in package) supplier – AT&S – to its ranks. The addition is part of a plan to “sharply boost the 5G mmWave devices ratio to 60% of its new iPhone line-up in 2021.”
But leaked facts state that iPhone 13 Mini and iPhone 13 might miss this. It will still limit the availability of this technology. iPhone 13 Pro models are expected to upgrade to 5G mmWave compatibility worldwide. Apple is trying to make this line-up “the cheapest 5G iPhone ever”.
Dynamic 120Hz Refresh Rates For Pro Model Displays
After failing last year and the year before, , the iPhone 13 Pro is expected to get a 120Hz refresh rate. The current iPhone 12 models feature displays that refresh at 60Hz, which is standard for most phones.
Although in the past two years, an increasing number of phones led by Samsung’s models are turning to faster screen rates, this update by Apple is a huge leap.
For example, if you are scrolling down a webpage, a high 120Hz rate means swiping will be smoother on your screen. However, rumors state that iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini might stick with 60Hz refresh rates on their OLED screens.
Huge Leap On Cameras
The upcoming iPhone 13 series is expected to take a huge leap in the camera’s features. These new camera features include an ultra-wide angle camera equipped with optical image stabilization and autofocus, which should be beneficial for close-up photography; sensors-shift OIS across the whole range for better image stabilization; and various software features, including night-sky photography and portrait video mode.
The positions of the camera might be slightly changed. It looks like the camera module will be Larger than the previous phone’s camera. According to a report, the wide-angle camera in the iPhone 13 Pro Max will upgrade from f/1.6 on the 12 Pro Max to f/1.5 on the iPhone 13 Pro Max.
There are many rumors that the new iPhone will feature a smaller notch, although it remains to be seen how this might affect the layout and capabilities of the cameras.
Apple is set to deliver the biggest-ever increase in iPhone battery capacity with iPhone 13 range. It is expected that the Pro Max battery is going up from 3687mAh to 4352mAh (an 18% increase), making it the largest iPhone battery ever fitted.
Given the strong battery life already offered by the iPhone 12 Pro Max, this sets up the iPhone 13 Pro Max to be one of the longest-lasting smartphones on the market.
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In addition, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 batteries will increase from 2815mAh to 3095mAh (which is almost a 10% increase), with the iPhone 13 Mini coming with a 2406mAh battery.
The upcoming iPhone 13 series might also save some of your pennies. However, the prices of these phones are expected not to increase as the increased number of features in it.
Here, a guess of prices of these phones based on rumours are provided:
Because of Apple’s huge leap in features in its new product (iPhone 13 series), Android Phones might bear a great loss. But note that these are the leaks, not the official release.
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