Mar 23, 2021 News
On March 23, Apple usually distinguishes its "Pro" series of iPhones from the lower-priced standard version. The former will add some advanced features and additional features, such as advanced materials, better displays, and improved cameras. However, in 2021, Apple may provide similar features for all iPhone 13 models, at least in maximum storage capacity and cameras. According to the latest reports, the four iPhone models arriving later this year may provide up to 1 TB of storage space and lidar cameras.
A new note from Wedbush analysts Strecker Backe and Daniel Ives pointed out that all iPhone 13 models, including the lower-priced iPhone 13 mini and iPhone 13, will be equipped with up to 1TB of internal storage space. It will be the first time Apple will provide users with a 1TB storage capacity. The two analysts also claimed that all iPhone 13 models would be equipped with lidar cameras.
However, Barclays analyst Andrew Gardiner previously stated that only the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max would be equipped with lidar cameras, while FrontPage Tech noted that the above models would provide 1TB of storage space, while the iPhone 13 or iPhone 13 mini will not. There will be. As there are many conflicting reports, readers are advised to be cautious about this information, at least for now.
So far, the rumors have been consistent with the release time of the iPhone 13 series. Daniel Ives of Wedbush said earlier that with the apparent resolution of supply chain issues, Apple might launch a new iPhone 13 series at the end of September. Tianfeng International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also talked about the timetable for the launch of the iPhone 13. He said that there would be no production delays for any model, indicating that Apple's goal is to launch all devices in September.
One feature that is rumored to be unsupported by the iPhone 13 mini and iPhone 13 is the faster 120Hz LTPO OLED screen, which is reserved for higher-end Pro models.
Assuming Wedbush's latest report is true, Apple may gain shipment growth by bringing high-end features to lower-priced versions.