The year 2021 is shaping up to be an exciting one for Apple’s iPhone. The iPhone 13 is, by all accounts, a significant upgrade. They anticipate interesting new camera features, smaller notches, and higher refresh rates, in addition to a quicker processor. These are all notable changes that will undoubtedly make headlines come fall. However, the more predictable upgrades are sometimes the most useful. To that end, a new rumor claims to show how Apple intends to include larger batteries into the iPhone 13.
Higher refresh in iPhone 13
According to a recent survey, the iPhone 13 feature that prospective iPhone upgraders are most enthusiastic about is a faster refresh rate. According to recent reports, the iPhone 13 series would be the first to use 120Hz displays. The problem is that the quicker refresh rate may only be available on the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. In the meantime, every model should have a larger battery.
The persistent chip scarcity was bound to have an impact on electrical device output this fall. If the infection rate continues to rise in the wrong direction, the problem will only worsen. That could lead to component shortages ahead of the September release of the iPhone 13.
Apple has stated unequivocally that the next iPhone will be released on schedule this year. At this point, it appears that the new phones will not delay. However, getting your hands on an iPhone 13 at launch may be challenging. In late July, Apple stated that the global chip shortfall that has harmed its ability to sell Macs and iPads would begin to disrupt iPhone production. The impacts were less severe than feared in Q3, but Apple anticipated a worsening scenario in the next quarter.
At the time, Apple CEO Tim Cook said of the iPhone, we have some shortages where demand has been so strong. So above our expectations that it’s impossible to get the complete set of parts within the lead times that we strive to get those.