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iPhone 13 rumour: 1TB variant limited to 'Pro', notch may get smaller but in an unusual way

In the video, Prosser has also talked about the notch in the iPhone 13 models. As per the tipster, the upcoming iPhone will have a shorter notch.

The camera module on the iPhone 12 Pro Max. 
The camera module on the iPhone 12 Pro Max.  (HT Tech)

Recently, some reports indicated that Apple’s upcoming iPhones that are tipped as iPhone 13 may get 1TB of inbuilt storage. This will also be the first time that an iPhone will come with 1TB storage version. For now, we just have iPhones with 512GB inbuilt storage as the maxed out option. However, tipster Jon Prosser has now revealed that 1TB variant will be limited to ‘Pro’ models only. This means that while the rumoured iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max could come with 1TB storage model, the non-Pro models might be limited to 512GB. For extra storage, you can always go for iCloud.

In the video, Prosser has also talked about the notch in the iPhone 13 models. As per the tipster, the upcoming iPhone will have a shorter notch. This is not new as we have seen several reports mentioning the same before. However, what’s different this time is that the notch will be shorter not in length but height. 

This means that that it will stay as long as it is not but the thickness of the notch will reduce. Prosser does says that this is just one of the prototypes of iPhones that is being tested for now and that the final decision has not been made yet.

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Talking about iPhone 13, a recent report from GizChina, citing Barclays analysts Blayne Curtis and Thomas O Malley, suggested that Apple will release its first iPhone models that feature support for Wi-Fi 6E this year itself. In simple words, words, the iPhone 13 series will come with Wi-Fi 6E connectivity.

The analysts also believe that Broadcom will be one of the biggest benefactors of this move. Samsung launched the Galaxy S21 Ultra smartphone based on Broadcom chips that feature support for WiFi 6E. Now, Apple is likely to follow its suit.

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