The latest news says that iPhone 13 has smaller bangs: CMOS ushered in a big upgrade!

According to DigiTimes news, Apple iPhone 13 will redesign the face ID system, and the bangs will shrink.

The report also mentioned that the image sensor CMOS of the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will usher in an upgrade.

Previously, Japanese website Mac Otakara also predicted that iPhone 13 bangs will be smaller. Rumors say that the height of the bangs will become smaller, but the width will not change much.

The iPhone 13 Face ID camera module suppliers are Foxconn and LG Innotek, and the front camera module will be supplied by O-File.

Prior to this, the industry chain also pointed out that Apple plans to add lidar scanner functions to all iPhone 13 models released in 2021. Apple first applied a lidar scanner on the iPad Pro launched in March 2020.

You know, the lidar scanner function only appeared on the iPhone 12 Pro series, and next year Apple will be fully popularized on the iPhone 13.

The news also mentioned that Apple will release the iPhone 13 series in September this year. Same as the iPhone 12, there may be four models, namely the 5.4-inch iPhone 13 mini, the 6.1-inch iPhone 13 and the iPhone 13 Pro, and the 6.7-inch iPhone 13 Pro Max, it is said that the new machine will also display fingerprints on the screen?

In addition, there was news that some workshops of the Foxconn Shenzhen factory are about to enter the first stage of iPhone 13 proofing. It is understood that the proofing is generally divided into design modules, corrections, finalization, and mass production. The time from proofing to mass production is generally 9 months, and the bangs of the new machine are much smaller than the previous generation.

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