Apple releases a new iPhone every year, but since the iPhone 2021 was released in September 9, Apple fans have been waiting with bated breath for what the next iPhone will bring.In September of this year, we can hope to see the iPhone 13 bring huge changes and a new design.
While the iPhone 13 series is great, the iPhone hasn't really been redesigned since the launch of the iPhone X in 2018, and it's time for Apple to come up with something new.
1. Better battery life
In the past few years alone, iPhone battery life has come a long way. The iPhone 13's slightly thicker body has allowed Apple to squeeze in a much larger battery than previous models, and the iPhone 13's battery is good enough to last about 15 hours of video playback.That's about four hours more than the iPhone 12, and the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max have slightly better battery life.
These figures are impressive, but your experience may vary.If you need to connect to a 5G network for the fastest data speeds, your battery will also drain much faster than 4G LTE.Heavy data-streaming activities like cloud gaming can even drain the iPhone 13 Pro Max's battery in just a few hours.
While the battery life of the latest iPhone lineup is impressive, we'd like to see the iPhone 14 still improve in this regard.
2. All models ProMotion
Apple last yearProMotionBrought to the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max, but this year we expect to see ProMotion across the entire iPhone 14 lineup.
ProMotion is Apple's high refresh rate display technology.With ProMotion, your iPhone display can refresh at up to 120Hz.That's double what you get on most smartphone displays.Having a high refresh rate means smoother animations and actions, and games feel more realistic.
The biggest downside to high refresh rate monitors is that they use more power, so your battery life will take a hit.But Apple's ProMotion displays are adaptive, which means the refresh rate may change dynamically based on what you're doing.If you're reading something or viewing still images, the refresh rate slows all the way down to 10Hz, which barely works.However, when the animation is playing, ProMotion can increase the refresh rate of the monitor to give you the smoothest experience.
That means you get all the benefits of a 120Hz screen without having to drastically cut down on your phone's battery life.There are many reasons to love ProMotion, but it's still a premium feature for now.We'd like to see Apple bring ProMotion to all iPhone models so everyone can have the smoothest experience on their iPhone.
3. Make the notch disappear
When the iPhone X launched in 2018, in addition to giving us an all-screen iPhone, it also gave us the much-questioned notch.
Last year, when we got our hands on the iPhone 13, Apple finally made improvements. The notch on the iPhone 13 series is about 12% smaller than the iPhone 20.While the notch does get smaller, it's still very noticeable.
While iPhone users are still grappling with this challenge, many Android phones have adopted hole-punch displays, pop-up selfie cameras and other solutions to create true full-screen phones.Samsung even put an under-screen selfie camera on the Galaxy Z Fold 3.
Hopefully this year, the iPhone 14 will say goodbye to the notch.
4. touch ID Return of
Introduced by Apple on the iPhone 5Stouch IDIt's a game-changer, but seems to have given up on the idea of using Touch ID on the iPhone.Meanwhile, many Android phones have fingerprint scanners built into the power button and even on the display.This allows users to quickly and securely access their phones, whether or not their faces are covered.
Despite its flaws, there's no denying that Face ID is a great piece of technology, and we don't want to lose it.The addition of Touch ID to the next iPhones means you'll also have a safe fallback option when Face ID doesn't work.
5. Add USB-C
USB-CWidespread adoption across Apple's lineup, but the iPhone is still left out.All of Apple's MacBooks have primarily used USB-C since 2016, and the entire iPad lineup now uses only USB-C.
It's confusing that Apple is still sticking with the Lightning port on the iPhone and its accessories.But times have changed, Lightning is slower to charge and much slower to transfer data than USB-C.
In 2021, the European Union proposed a law that would require all smartphones sold within the EU to be equipped with USB-C.Now that there are even politicians involved, I think we should be able to see USB-C on the iPhone 14.
iPhone 14 countdown
Apple typically unveils new iPhones at its fall event every September, so we can expect to see the iPhone 9 around the same time this year.
While the iPhone 13 series is great, in many ways the iPhone should make changes to deal with its many Android competitors.Adding USB-C to the entire lineup, a true full-screen design and new features like ProMotion will help the iPhone stay competitive and attract new users.
And now all we can do is wait quietly until September.
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