Earlier this month, a leak revealed that the entire Apple iPhone 13 series will feature a LiDAR scanner. Later, it was dismissed by other tipsters suggesting that only the Pro models will come with LiDAR support. Now, the Apple analyst Wedbush has added to the old leak reaffirming that the LiDAR scanner is coming to the entire lineup.
The Apple analyst has revealed that he has looked into the iPhone 13’s supply chain in Asia confirming that indeed LiDAR scanner is coming and the production figures for the 13-series have increased. Additionally, the Pro models are touted to come with up 1TB of internal storage, instead of the standard 512GB max storage option.
Although it is not confirmed, we expect the lower-end storage configurations to also increase in capacity. The current iPhones start at a base 64GB variant, which could change in the 13 series with a base storage configuration of 128GB.
In related news, Apple analysts said that they expect the sales of the upcoming iPhone 13 to increase significantly. Apple has also increased the supply to 90-100 million units over the iPhone 12‘s 80 million supply chain figures.
Notably, it’s being said that this year, all the models in the iPhone 13 series will have 5G connectivity support. This means all the iPhones launching in 2022 will have 5G, including the next-generation iPhone SE. The cheaper iPhone is said to come with the Apple A15 Bionic chip in 2022, which will first debut in iPhone 13 series later this year.
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