Apple iPhone 13 may come with Face ID chip, the notch will be smaller
It has been rumored for the past few months that Apple’s new iPhone 13 series will hit the market in September this year. Although the manufacturer has not yet commented on the matter, speculation about the next iPhone series is growing day by day. As a result, there are often reports of upcoming devices. In that case, a new piece of information regarding the iPhone 13 has come out, which has given an idea about an important feature of it. According to reports, the US tech giant Apple is looking for a smaller chip to make the display of iPhone 13 attractive.
In fact, some previous reports have suggested that Apple is considering shrinking the notch cutting of the new iPhone 13 series. Even last month some renders were leaked on Netdunia about this. Looking at the renders, it was clear that Apple was looking to redesign the notch sensor in the upcoming series of devices. For this, the company is expected to remove the speaker grille on the top of the phone’s bezel.
Meanwhile, a report by DigiTimes now says that Apple is looking for a 40-50% smaller VCSEL (Vertical-Cavity Surface-Emitting Laser) chip, which will be used for 3D mapping face scans. At the same time, this chip seems to play a role in shrinking the size of the notch. However, this special image processing chip may be used not only on the iPhone but also on iPads with FaceID.
In addition to the issue of chip or notch cutting, there is a lot of speculation about the iPhone 13 series, the most notable is that these premium smartphones will see a large-wide rear camera setup. Again, the Pro variants of this series may have an LTPO AMOLED display with a 120 Hz refresh rate. All iPhone 13 series phones will use the Apple A15 Bionic chipset.