Leaked! Apple iPhone 13 series could come with this iPhone 12 feature alleged to be risky
A leakster has revealed that the spanking new Apple iPhone 13 will come with an old iPhone 12 feature that was revealed to be a health risk for some.
We're still a couple of months away from the upcoming Apple iPhone 13 series launch, and so far, we have heard a wide range of rumours about the devices – from screens to cameras, build materials to new features. While there is no way to know for sure which of the reports about Apple's upcoming devices are accurate, a popular Apple leakster has revealed important software and hardware information about the company's upcoming smartphones. The company could double down on its MagSafe technology, which the company recently revealed could affect medical devices.
According to YouTuber Filip Koroy, who runs the EverythingApplePro YouTube channel, and Max Weinbach, it looks like Apple will not only continue, but also improve the capability of its MagSafe technology on its upcoming iPhone models, as spotted by Forbes. These coils that are used for charging could be enlarged to make use of more powerful magnets, which we have previously reported could also be used for reverse wireless charging.
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We had previously reported that the company had posted a support document listing out Apple devices containing magnets, that could potentially have an impact on medical equipment such as pacemakers. Apple's iPhone 12 series launched last year contains also contains powerful magnets as part of its MagSafe technology that allows for objects such as wireless chargers or cases to secure them to the back of the phone.
Meanwhile, Weinbach also previously stated that the upcoming iPhone 13 models could also come with “Portrait Mode for video” which he has previously stated could come to the rumoured devices as part of the built-in camera. However, it remains to be seen whether such a feature will come to the iPhones, and which models will support it. The feature could also be available on third-party apps, if Apple decides to open up the functionality to developers.
Other rumoured features we have seen in connection with the iPhone 13 are a smaller notch for the iPhone screen, larger cameras and a more optimised processor. Other features that have been rumoured are the return of Touch ID, and larger storage capacities, but nothing can be confirmed until Apple launches its much-awaited devices in the coming months.