Even though Apple launched its iPhone 12 line-up a little delayed than usual, it has been astonishingly well-received by consumers. So much so that the tech giant sold 81.8 million iPhones in Q4 2020, creating a record for the most iPhones ever sold in a single quarter.
Since then, there have been various rumors regarding iPhone 13. A new rumor suggests that Apple will be improving the overall camera experience on the upcoming iPhone 13 and include the Always-on Display feature.
iPhone 13 might feature improved MagSafe, wide-aperture lens, and more
YouTuber EverythingApplePro is behind the latest rumor. The rumor suggests that the company will further improve the ultra-wide angle camera on the next iPhone lineup. According to various other leaks, Apple might be using a wide f/1.8 aperture lens for the ultra-wide angle camera.
Moreover, Apple seems to be planning to include Portrait mode and an astrophotography mode for video on the iPhone 13 lineup. Apple could utilize the LiDAR scanner to provide Portrait mode for video, but the feature could be quite difficult which is maybe why it did not make the cut for iPhone 12 Pro models.
Additionally, the rumor also suggests that Apple could be planning to include the Always On Display feature in iPhone 13 lineup. In 2017, Apple started using OLED displays with iPhone X and then later switched its entire iPhone lineup to OLED displays with the iPhone 12 series launched last year.
Apple will also be using stronger magnets to improve its MagSafe on the iPhone 13 series. Currently, many accessories have a hard time staying in their place and usually fall, so this would be beneficial for the MagSafe. All in all, there are many rumors about various devices, however, they do not mean anything unless or until there is a final word from Apple or it starts acting on one of these rumors.
You can see the video from EverythingApplePro here: