Official unveiling of the iPhone 13 will take place on Tuesday, September 12 in Los Angeles, at an event organized by California Streaming Media. In anticipation of the iPhones that will be unveiled in the coming months, numerous websites have speculated about what you should and shouldn’t expect from them. Here are five things you shouldn’t expect to see when the new iPhone will be revealed:
Whether or not Apple reduces the size of the iPhone 13’s notch for the first time since the launch of the iPhone X in 2017, as many believe, does not necessarily imply that the phone will undergo a significant redesign or make other significant changes.
Some believe that the new iPhone will look almost identical to its predecessor, with the exception of a smaller bezel around the camera sensor on certain models, as illustrated by these alleged iPhone 13 cases.
Indeed, we do not anticipate any significant changes to the iPhone’s design this year, contrary to predictions made by renowned Apple analyst Ming Chi Kuo, who predicts that the iPhone will adopt a hole-punch design as early as 2022, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Touch ID: It is a biometric identification system that allows a person to be identified solely by the touch of his or her hand.
Consider if we are dealing with an epidemic, and that we are required to wear masks at all times, and that it would be far more convenient to simply tap a sensor to unlock the iPhone instead.