iPhone 13: Apple would test a little bigger borders to get rid of the notch

 

 

 


 

While rumors are flowing about the look that the next iPhone could have, a leaker ensures on Twitter that Apple has tested an iPhone finally cleared of any notch. In place ? Borders a little less fine.

What if the iPhone 13 finally got rid of the unsightly notch that Apple imposes on us from the iPhone X to allow Face ID facial recognition (the use of which is also hampered by the wearing of the mask)?

 

 

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A prototype iPhone without a notch would hang around at Apple


If the thing deserves to be taken with a grain of salt, Mauri QHD, a leaker sometimes well informed on the plans of Apple and Samsung, indicated to his followers that an iPhone 13 without a notch is in testing at Apple. In this form, however, the device would only be at the prototype stage, we read. It is therefore perfectly possible that Apple will change course before the launch of its next iPhone.

In this case, the device would manage to separate from its notch by relying instead on somewhat thicker borders on all four sides. A postponement of this project in 2022 for adoption on the iPhone 14 would however be possible according to Mauri QHD. Apple would then choose to refine the device by keeping it in gestation for one more year.

 


 

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Towards a thicker frame to accommodate a larger battery?


So far, rumors for the iPhone 13 have been confined to a device with a slightly cropped notch and a slightly thicker chassis that would allow the addition of a battery with the increased capacity compared. to iPhone 12.

For Apple, integrating a beefier battery would make a lot of sense. It would indeed allow the Cupertino giant to offset the impact that 5G connectivity has on the autonomy of its current iPhone range, at least in countries where the new cellular network is deployed. The switch to a more generous mAh battery could also allow Apple to switch to 120 Hz screens on its next iPhones. A refresh rate that many users would have liked to find on the iPhone 12 Pro and which is already offered by the iPad Pro 2020 with its Retina “ProMotion” screen.

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