- Tram Ho
It seems that the iPhone 13 will completely solve the most complained problem on the iPhone 12 generation: battery life.
According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo – who is considered a “prophet”, specializing in revealing about new Apple products, “Apple” will be equipped with a larger capacity battery for the iPhone 13. If Yes, this will be the most awaited upgrade by the iPhone 12 for unimpressive battery life, especially when used with 5G networks.
According to MacRumors , Apple will generously equip a larger battery because the iPhone 13 has a “space-saving design inside the components”. These designs may include integrating the SIM slot with the motherboard and reducing the thickness of the TrueDepth camera.
Over the years, Apple has continuously upgraded the screen, processing power, and camera for the iPhone, but the battery is not.
In Tom’s Guide’s iPhone 12 battery test , Apple’s smartphone performed poorly. iPhone 12 mini is the worst model with only 2,227 mAh battery, 7 hours 28 minutes of web surfing time (using 5G network). Meanwhile, most mobile devices today are for about 10 hours of web surfing time.
For example, Samsung Galaxy S21 gives 9 hours 53 minutes of web surfing time thanks to 4,000 mAh battery while Galaxy S21 Ultra reaches 11 hours 25 minutes.
In the event that Apple increases the battery capacity for the iPhone 13, it is likely that the new model will give the same useful life as Samsung phones. However, Apple will have to make trade-offs.
According to Kuo, the iPhone 13 will be heavier than the iPhone 12. However, for users, they may be willing to trade off to avoid having to plug in constantly charging for their iPhone. In addition to increasing battery capacity, iPhone 13 is said to own a 120 Hz screen, a powerful chip and more battery-efficient than the A15, an improved ultra-wide camera. In addition, the device can reduce the size of the screen with the top notch (notch) and add a fingerprint sensor Touch ID.
iPhone 13 is expected to launch in the fall of this year.
Reference source: Tom’s Guide
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