iPhone 13 expected to come with an expanded mmWave support – Rumored Screen protector suspected to come with a smaller notch
The hotlines in the leak mills of iPhone 13 are getting more specific with time and now, a brand new leak hustled the Phone tech savvies. The leak is about iPhone 13’s 5G connectivity. Ming-Chi Kuo wants Apple to sell mmWave supporting iPhones in more countries including Canada, Japan, Australia, and major European markets. As, about the iPhone 12 series, which came last year, Apple had sold alone mmWave iPhones in the US which ranges for 30-35% of all iPhone 12 shipments. Though, In 2021, it is expected to increase by 50-65% in total. Prior, iPhone 13 leaks stated that it comes with a 120Hz Display and thicker Bod, and more.
Moreover, If we talk about the availability of an expanded mmWave, Kuo predicted it having an improved camera performance with tilt-shift, 120Hz refresh rates on the Pro variants, and smaller notches on all models.
Apple expected to reveal the huge visual transformation on mmWave handsets with its antenna cutout below the power button. One can analyze the difference between the mmWave and the sub-6GHz models here
Besides, a new rumor has been the hot topic on social brunches about its smaller notches, as it provided us with a first view of the redesigned notch. PS a rumor is thrilling for users to know about an alleged iPhone 13 screen protector. One can see that the notch is visibly smaller than the outgoing models when they are put side by side.
Though, The new smaller size needs a reposition of the speaker that is now located right above the front-facing camera and accompanying sensors. This redesign rumor marks the first notch alteration since Apple announced the iPhone X back in 2017.
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