Qualcomm, however, has already announced its X65 5G modem. Gizmo China reports that Apple may not be using the X65 5G modem in the iPhone 13 to cut costs.
The X60 5G modem is made using five Samsung nodes. In this way, improved battery capacity can be seen in the new iPhone model. With the X70 5G modem, the iPhone 13 models will be able to simultaneously combine 5G data from the MMWave and Sub-7 Hz bands.
According to several previous reports, the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max models will support a refresh rate of 120 Hz, and the company will use Samsung’s LTPO panel that can dynamically change the screen content from 1 Hz to a refresh rate of 120 Hz. This will also help save battery.
It is rumored that the Pro model of Apple’s new line will have one terabyte of storage space. However, it is not yet certain whether this will happen at all. Currently, the iPhone has 128 GB of storage.