A few days back, it was reported that the upcoming Apple iPhone 13 would arrive with enhanced fast-charging technology. Reports hinted that the series would support 25W fast-charging support. In addition to this, another battery-related leak has also made its way to the tech headlines. It is reported that the upcoming iPhone models will arrive with smaller components and increased battery size.
As per a report by Digitimes, Apple might make use of bigger batteries for the upcoming models. Having said that, it is clear that the only thing that could happen to make use of a bigger battery cell is to minimize the additional space. It is believed that Apple will use smaller components to pave for a bigger battery as these will save space.
Apple Adopts IPD
Reportedly, it is claimed that Apple has increased the IPD (Integrated Passive Devices) adoption for the peripherals that will occupy less space in the upcoming models. These peripherals will be smaller in size as compared to the ones used in the previous generation models.
Apparently, with the surge in the adoption of IPDs, the chip manufacturing partners such as Amkor and TSMC are likely to get solid business opportunities. Not only iPhones but also iPads and MacBooks will get this new enhanced battery segment,
Besides these, the Cupertino tech giant approved TSMC’s sixth-generation chips for mass production. Notably, the chips will be used in the upcoming iPhones to saved space coaling the report.
In an earlier report, the iPhone 13 series was hinted to flaunt a relatively thicker build and an almost similar design to that of the iPhone 12 series. However, the report does not reveal any details regarding the iPhone 13’s chipsets. So, it remains to be seen if this chipset is meant for the iPhone 3 or the upcoming iPhone models.
What Else To Expect?
Apple iPhone 13 series is speculated and might arrive with 25W fast charging support. Also, the presence of LiDAR scanner and up to 1TB of storage space. The other speculations include the presence of feature larger wireless charging coils as well as reverse charging: report. Given that it will launch in September as usual, we can wait for further claims to hit the web.