The next line of iPhone 13 Pro (rumored to be the 12s) will get new colors. This is reported by the YouTube channel EverythingApplePro with a link to Max Weinbach:
According to an insider, Apple is working on two new colors: matte black and orange, very close to bronze:
However, according to Weinbach, the orange iPhone is unlikely to be released (here in the world one editor-in-chief of wylsa.com became sad, convinced that #Orange is the BestColor). The reason for this possible solution is not named.
At the same time, according to tradition, black will once again differ from what is in other Apple devices. This lack of inclusion in the palette is due to the fact that the company wants to “reinvent graphite” and make it “borderline black”.
In addition, Apple is working on a new coating of the steel frame. By design, it should collect fewer prints. This is going to be really cool, as the frame of my white iPhone 12 Pro is impossible to easily get stained when I take my smartphone out of its case.
Max also said that LiDAR in future models will still be involved in portraits. Now this is not possible due to the low resolution. In fact, at the moment, the lidar helps the autofocus to determine at what distance to focus, but it does not participate in the outline of the object. In the new line, LiDAR will also be involved in portrait video shooting. Also, the standard camera will be able to do astrophotography.
Previously, it was claimed that the entire camera block would be covered with a single glass plane. Now Max Weinbach refutes this. According to him, each camera will have its own protruding lens, but in general, the camera block will protrude less from the body.
Despite the constant talk about the “failure of the iPhone 12 mini”, the model will have a sequel. The successor to the “minicom” will receive a battery with a larger capacity. The system-on-a-chip Apple A15 will also play in favor of energy efficiency, which will consume even less energy.