According to a report The successor to the iPhone 13 Pro, which may be sold as the iPhone 14 Pro, is the current mark that emphasizes the perforated punch display design, according to a research note released by TF Securities analyst Min Chikou. Koo also predicts that the iPhone 13 Pro model will come with a 120Hz promotional display while preserving its design.
This is the same as previously introduced on the iPad Pro model. Kou’s recent series has no support for the iPhone SE 5G forecast model planned for 2022, the USB-C iPhone model in the near future, and also describes the Foldable 2023 forecast.
Keep in mind that the iPhone 13 Pro is the successor to Apple’s flagship iPhone, as reported by Applinsider, and is expected to “adopt” the perforated display design, leaving the mark. This may already be included in many Android smartphones, including Samsung Galaxy’s latest flagship.
After first adopting the iPhone 13 Pro in place of the iPhone 14 Pro in 2022, Apple was able to increase the punch display design on all iPhone models, depending on the output.
In addition to the perforated punch design, the iPhone 14 model is expected to feature an advanced selfie camera on the front that supports autofocus.
Koo also reportedly predicted that Apple would support 5G on the iphone SE or Iphone SE 3 2022 New additions are expected to increase demand for 5G alternatives. In addition, the new iPhone SE will have an upgraded processor. The recently announced Render also proposes a perforated punch display design for the iPhone SE3.
In another report, ApplianceSider also said Kou’s latest note also mentions Apple’s plans to not bring in USB-C iPhone models at any time in the near future. This is in stark contrast to
expectations for iPhone models with USB Type-C ports.
“We believe that USB-CMFi has a negative impact on business interests and its waterproofing is inferior to Lightning and MagSafe,” he said in a note quoted by AppleInsider.
Instead of switching to the USB-C model, Koo predicts that Apple will be able to directly adopt the rumored portless design through Magsif’s support. However, it’s also worth noting that since Apple introduced the MagSafe ecosystem into its iPhone lineup last year, it’s likely to illuminate iPhone models in the near future. We will continue to use this port in the future.
Koo also predicts that Apple isn’t expected to integrate the Touch ID sensor into the power button on new iPhone models.
“We believe that if the iPhone adopts a power button with a Touch ID sensor, it will significantly improve the user experience,” analysts said. “But currently there are no signs of when this new detail will be adopted.”
Especially in today’s era when Touch ID is expected to come back while wearing a mask, it’s difficult to unlock your iPhone immediately with your ID. Several recent reports suggest that these Display Touch IDs will be supported on next-generation iPhone models. However, it can take some time for Apple to determine if it can adopt the same technology that is already available on many Android phones today.
Interestingly, both the USB-C design and the Touch ID integrated power button are already available on recent iPad models.
Kou’s memo reportedly details the iPhone 13 model, which will be announced later this year and will be part of the iPhone 12 series, but there are rumors. Analysts predict that the iPhone 13 family (or just the 2021 iPhone) will consist of four models, similar to the iPhone 12 model. With a faint mark, the Pro model predicts that the LPTO panel will support 120Hz motion displays.
The Pro model is also said to have an advanced 6 / piece ultra-wide camera with wide f / 1.8 aperture and AutoFocus support. There seems to be an update on the 6-piece F / 2.4 fixed focus camera available on the iPhone 12.
Koo said in a note that the 2021 iPhone model may be a bit heavier due to its large battery capacity. The new series will also be equipped with a “space-saving design” that integrates a SIM card slot and a slim selfie camera module.
Analysts also predict that Apple will launch a 7.5-8 inch foldable phone in 2023, which could fix a technology production problem at some point in 2021. Some patented images suggest a recent folding design.
Koo also predicts that Apple will upgrade the iPhone 11 in 2023 with an LCD screen, Face ID, and a price tag of less than 600 (about 44,000 rupees). We have the potential to announce a new 6-inch iPhone in 2023. The company is believed to own a flagship iPhone in 2023 with a display fingerprint sensor, a periscope telephoto camera, and a “real screen design” experience with no holes or marks.