Everybody knows Apple is working around the clock on getting the iPhone 13 ready for the launch, as the company wants the new series of land according to its typical release calendar in September, and the closer we get to the fall, the more information on the models make the headlines.
This time, a report from TrendForce provides us with additional details regarding the storage options coming to the iPhone 13 lineup, and this is particularly important because the previous speculation indicated Apple was considering adding a 1TB version.
But as it turns out, there’s no 1TB iPhone coming this year, as TrendForce says the Cupertino-based tech giant would stick with the same storage options as on the iPhone 12.
“The iPhone 12s series will feature the A15 processors manufactured at TSMC’s 5nm+ node. Regarding the display, the new models will be equipped with flexible AMOLED panels with On-cell touchscreen technology; the two Pro models will also feature a 120Hz refresh rate. Judging by the iPhone 12s series’ starting prices as well as the differences among various models’ retail prices, TrendForce expects the new handsets’ memory capacities to remain the same as their iPhone 12 counterparts,” a report published by the company reads.
Four iPhones launching in September
In addition, TrendForce says Apple is working on several camera upgrades, with the Pro models to feature substantial improvements.
“On the camera front, Apple has upgraded all iPhone 12s handsets’ main cameras to include sensor-shift image stabilization technologies. For the Pro models, not only are their ultra-wide cameras now equipped with 6P lens (which is an upgrade over the previous generation), but they are also capable of autofocus functions. Notably, it should be pointed out that LiDAR scanners are available in the Pro models only,” it says.
The new iPhone lineup will include four models, just like the current generation, though at this point, it’s still not clear if a mini version would still be launched or not.