Barely two months after the launch of the iPhone 12 series, there are already a lot of rumors about the iPhone 13. The latest reports talk about a smaller notch in the screen and Time-of-Flight sensors that should ensure better photos.
In the news: The Digitimes website released a report last week on the iPhone 13 range based on manufacturers from Apple’s production line. This shows that the company would finally tackle the big notch and make it smaller. It would also integrate Time-of-Flight into all models.
Notch? That notch is the notch at the top of the screen in which the front camera is located.
- While many competitors – such as Samsung and OnePlus – manage to limit such a notch to a small ball in their recent models, the iPhone 12 is still remarkably wide.
- That would finally change with the iPhone 13. Apple seems to have reduced its 3D technology so that the notch can also be smaller.
Time-of-Flight sensor? Another novelty that the iPhone 13 series seems to be getting is a built-in Time-of-Flight sensor on the back.
- Time-of-Flight uses infrared light to estimate depth.
- By knowing the distance accurately, photos should be better.