Apple’s iPhone 13 series is expected to come with a smaller Face ID chip.

Apple has been consistently at the peak when it comes to leaks and renders. Let it be iPhones, iPad, Macs, or AirPods, whatever might be; Apple leaks are always prominent. Apple might launch its iPhone 13 series later this year, it can be expected to be in September, and unlike last year, the company should be able to stick to its schedule that got delayed in 2020 due to the COVID 19 pandemic. There are many rumours about the upcoming iPhone 13 series already in the earlier part of this year with smaller Face Id, and many of them might not be correct.

According to some of the current reports, we know that Apple will reduce the size of the notch by using a smaller Face Id chip on the iPhone 13 series. In addition to this leak, another leak was also noticed a few days ago. It provided a glance at the screen protector for the forthcoming smartphones. Looking at the photos, one can guess that Apple will revamp its iPhone sensors in the notch. 

iPhone 13 Face Id

A report by DigiTimes claims that Apple is “looking to source 40-50% smaller VCSEL chips” that are used in 3D sketching of face scans for the preceding versions of iPhone. This report also claims that the smaller face ID chip size will shrink the size of the notch. This compact image processing chip could also be expected to be used in the forthcoming iPads and MacBook for FaceID scanning. With a compact size notch, Apple might also plan to reorganize the speaker grille close to the head of the bezel. So, the Face ID chip can be expected to be half of the previous iPhone version, i.e., the iPhone 12 series.

iPhone 13 Face Id
Image: EverythingApplePro

Also, some other rumours regarding the iPhone 13 series claim that these iPhone 13 series are expected to have indicated broader and massive camera cut-outs with the dual cameras at the forefront. It would also have the LTPO AMOLED displays, which would have a refresh rate of 120Hz in the Pro models of the iPhone 13. Also, there might be improved cameras along with the Apple A15 Bionic chip.

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