iPhone 13 Expected to Come With Bigger Batteries, mmWave 5G Support

The A15 Bionic chipset that is expected to come with the iPhone 13 series might be based on 5nm+ process. Further, Apple might introduce mmWave 5G support for iPhones with the iPhone 13 series outside the USA as well.

Highlights

  • The A15 Bionic chipset that is expected to come with the iPhone 13 series might be based on 5nm+ process
  • The iPhone 13 series is expected to come with wider mmWave 5G support
  • The bigger battery and a faster charging support for iPhones is very good to hear

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Apple is expected to come out with the iPhone 13 series in September or October this year. The Cupertino tech giant might introduce multiple big changes in the iPhone 13 series that users have been requesting for years. As per leaks, the iPhone 13 series is expected to sport bigger batteries than any other iPhone in the past. This is good news for Apple fans who have been a little dejected with the battery performance of the iPhones. Further, the iPhone 13 series is expected to come with wider mmWave 5G support.

Apple A15 Bionic for iPhone 13 Series Might be 5nm+ Based

According to a leak from TrendMicro, the A15 Bionic chipset that is expected to come with the iPhone 13 series might be based on a 5nm+ process. Further, Apple might introduce mmWave 5G support for iPhones with the iPhone 13 series outside the USA as well.

Moreover, with the bigger batteries that the iPhone 13 series devices might sport, users are also expected to see support for 25W fast-charging. The notch of the iPhone 13 series devices is expected to be smaller compared to the iPhone 12 smartphones. There’s a chance that Apple might introduce a 1TB variant of the iPhone 13.

The bigger battery and a faster-charging support for iPhones is very good to hear. The pricing of the devices should be similar to the iPhone 12 series launched in October last year. There’s one more major upgrade that users might get with the iPhone 13 series and it is of a higher refresh rate display. Apple might use Samsung’s LTPO display to offer support for up to 120Hz refresh rate with the iPhone 13 series smartphones.

There’s no saying how the iPhone 13 series will be affected by the chip shortage. But it is comforting to hear that Apple is addressing the requests of its fans and bringing upgraded hardware in the iPhone 13 series.

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