Regardless of the fact that the iPhone 13 will be released no earlier than 2021 and will become the successor to the iPhone 12, yet today it’s of great interest. As you know, Apple is rather secretive about the features of its future smartphones, but still, some facts are revealed before the release.
A Twitter user under the nickname Fudge, who often declassifies information about the company’s new developments, showed how the Apple iPhone 13 would look. He brought out a probable look of the camera block in the updated devices and noted that next year some iPhone 13 models could be fitted with a system of four cameras. LiDAR sensor is also expected to be included.
Probable features of the iPhone 13:
- 64MP wide-angle lens without optical zoom (1x optical zoom) and with 6x digital zoom.
- 64MP anamorphic lens (2.1: 1).
- 40MP telephoto lens with 3x or 5x optical zoom and 15x or 20x digital zoom.
- 40MP ultra-wide macro lens with optical back zoom 25x min.
- LiDAR 4.0 Sensor
What is a LIDAR sensor for
Note that the LIDAR sensor in the iPhone is needed to measure the distance to objects when working indoors or outdoors. It’s able to work at a distance of up to 5 meters. With its help, you can build visual images using additional software elements. The augmented reality technology is used here.
An insider has also mentioned that the iPhone 13 smartphone will be released in a year and a half at the soonest. Therefore, it is likely that the configuring of the sensors will be changed. Also, a slightly different configuration of lidar may appear in the iPhone 12.
Apart from that, an insider previously stated that in 2021 the “apple” giant will release a gadget without holes. It will be charged solely using wireless technology.