iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro.

iPhone 13

iPhone 13 series Design

Apple will offer four iPhones in 2021 with the same design as iPhone 12 series, a 5.4-inch iPhone 13 mini, a 6.1-inch iPhone 13, a 6.1-inch iPhone 13 Pro, and a 6.7-inch iPhone 13 Pro Max.

 iPhone 13 series will have ‘No Ports’?

 Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in 2019 that Apple would release iPhone in 2021 that offers a “completely wireless experience” that will no longer have the Lightning port. Rumor suggests the possibility that Apple could launch a smart connector for the 2021 iPhone, which would allow for charging, data transfer, and syncing without a Lightning port.

 iPhone 13 series could have a Shallower Notch

Rumors are that Apple could release a smaller notch in the iPhone 13 series. The notch may reduce height making it less noticeable and the notch could blend into the top of the iPhone.

 Will Touch ID make a return with iPhone 13 series?

Ming-Chi Kuo a well-known Apple analyst said Apple is making an iPhone with both Face ID and an in-display fingerprint sensor for launch in 2021, which suggests one of the 2021 iPhones could have both Face ID and Touch ID. 

 iPhone 13 series could have 120Hz Pro-Motion Display

Rumors were the iPhone 12 lineup could feature a 120Hz ProMotion displays, but later it became clear that this feature will not be seen on iPhone 12 due to battery life concerns.iPhone 13 series with LTPO displays draw less power and will allow for a display of a refresh rate up to 120Hz without compromising battery life.

 iPhone 13 series Camera 

Rumor is the entire 2021 iPhone lineup that will feature the same camera lens, improvements in low light performance, and stabilization by reducing camera shake. According to Ming-Chi Kuo there The Pro models are expected to feature upgraded Ultra Wide lenses with f/1.8 apertures and autofocus capabilities.

 Release Date

Apple’s 2021 iPhone lineup will be released in the fall of 2021.

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