The Cupertino-based tech giant Apple is all set to launch its upcoming iPhone 13 series by mid-September 2021; recent reports have revealed that Apple might include a slightly bigger wireless charging coil in iPhone 13 models, which will not only yield improved heat management and higher wattage but also could be paving the way towards reverse wireless charging. This would increase the surface area where wireless charging can be induced.
The all-new iPhone 13 will have bigger batteries which will make up for the 60Hz OLED displays on the Pro models. It will feature a 120Hz OLED display. It is reported that Apple could pack a bigger sensor in iPhone 13 Pro models, which may result in a larger camera module with an upgraded ultrawide camera lens with a wider f/1.8 aperture.
Tech giant Apple has grown big in recent years that the company is unable to keep its new products secret as they once may have done so well. With the second half of the year underway, the entire world, including many technical experts and companies, are turning to Apple's new iPhone, due each year around September.