This week, Apple will be unveiling its new line of iPhones – and it looks like the big focus will be on speed.
The Tuesday (October 13) event uses the “Hi, Speed” tagline, which many believe refers to the new A14 Bionic processor that will be found under the hood of the next iPhone 12 models.
Apple is expected to highlight the efficiency of its new processor alongside faster performance, which should match the impressive battery life of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, despite some power-hungry new features. reports the express.
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It is rumored that Apple is adding support for super-fast 5G mobile data speeds with all of its new iPhone models.
According to reports, the display stays at the same refresh rate of 60Hz to extend battery life (the addition of 5G and a high refresh rate were reportedly too much for the battery cell).
Almost every flagship Android rival is now touting a 120Hz display that offers smoother system animation, a more responsive touchscreen, and faster gameplay.
Apple is rife with announcing four new models that include a 5.4-inch iPhone, a 6.7-inch iPhone, and two 6.1-inch iPhones.
In addition, the industrial design of all four iPhone models will be updated.
Gone are the soft, curved corners that have shaped the best-selling smartphone series since the introduction of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in September 2014.
Instead, it is widely expected that Apple will return to an angular aesthetic with flat edges and sharper corners, such as those found on the iPhone 4 and recently seen in the iPad Pro redesign.
A smaller facial recognition scanner for facial recognition that allows the Californian company to use a little more screen real estate is also likely, according to sources. Whether this revamped Face ID kit will only reach the iPhone 12 Pro and not the iPhone 12 remains to be seen.
Finally, Apple is expected to remove the power plug and wired headphones from the packaging of all upcoming iPhone models.
As a tacit confirmation of the move, Apple confirmed that the new Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple Watch SE models do not include a wall adapter in the packaging. So you’ll have to use them on the USB charging stones that you’ve probably already lied in a drawer around or forgotten under your bed.