Apple revealed that iPhone 13 will come without charging cables as it plans for an entirely wireless future, according to Tech reportes issued on Tuesday.
The technical leaks reported that this will help Apple overcome the problem of not presenting a foldable phone yet, in addition to better water resistance in the upcoming (iPhone) phones, and an increase in sales of new (MagSafe) wireless chargers. After the addition of MagSafe, a wireless future seems inevitable for the iPhone. It offers a glimpse into Apple’s vision where a cord-free iPhone accessory ecosystem is made possible by magnets, not ports.
On other hand, 2021 iPhone lineup will look similar to the 2020 iPhone lineup, with four devices in sizes that include 5.4-inches, 6.1-inches, and 6.7-inches, with two of the iPhones being higher-end “Pro” models and two positioned as lower-cost more affordable devices, according to the firm.
It’s expected that 2021 iPhones will have the same feature set as the 2020 iPhones, but can likely count on camera improvements, a faster A-series processor, and a new 5G chip from Qualcomm. Moreover, the International analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that shipments for the iPhone 13, will increase year-on-year and offers a positive outlook for the supply chain due to several factors, including a more robust infrastructure in 2021.
Noteworthy, Apple is planning to manufacture about 2.5 million MacBook laptops powered by its own CPUs by February 2021. According to Nikkei’s Asia report iussued on Saturday.
The firm is calling suppliers to produce 2.5 million MacBook laptops powered by its in-house designed CPU by early 2021, as the California technology giant looks to rapidly cut its reliance on Intel chips, according to report.
Moreover, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) will manufacture the Apple Silicon chips for the new MacBooks using a five-nanometer fabrication process. Meaning the upcoming product could also have the A14 chips from the iPhone 12 and iPad Air.