Apple has been working hard to maintain its hold on the mobile market by introducing consumer-centric products, features, and updates. However, according the latest leaks floating on the internet regarding the orange iPhone 13 updates, it looks like Apple is in no mood to take a chance.
Orange iPhone 13 updates: Everything we know so far
The leaked renders indicate that the upcoming iPhone 13 will be available in a funky orange colour. It will wear the same design as the iPhone 12 and will have an improved in-camera module. Also, the placement of the camera sensors on the iPhone 13 is a little different when compared to its predecessor.
Features of Orange iPhone 13
- A15 bionic processor
- 120Hz adaptive refresh rate
- Face ID and Touch ID
- Samsung’s 120Hz LTPO OLED panel
- Ultra-wide-angle lens
- Wi-Fi 6E technology
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The iPhone 13 series will comprise of 4 models – iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max. The tech giant is planning to go bigger this time with a superior chip as well as a larger storage capacity. It is also planning to upgrade the refresh rate of the display.
The new orange iPhone 13 is expected to sport Samsung’s 120Hz LTPO OLED panel which supports a 120Hz adaptive refresh rate. This is good news for gamers looking for a higher refresh rate. Also, the speculated model will be the first iPhone to use a screen refresh rate above 60Hz.
There are rumours that the new Apple smartphone wear a dual unlocking scheme i.e., it will support both Face ID and Touch ID. It will also come with the company’s new A15 bionic processor, and will support Wi-Fi 6E technology and upgrades in the camera sensor.
Orange iPhone 13 updates: Release Date
Although the company has not announced it officially, it is likely that the iPhone 13 series will be launched in September.
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