The iPhone 13 hit the market already in September and promises innovation “up to the stars”. According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, contacted by the specialist website MacRumors, the new smartphone from the Steve Jobs brand will have a new feature that will allow its user to make calls, via satellite, without the need for mediation from an operator.
Ming-Chi Kuo has argued that the iPhone 13 will include a Qualcomm X60 processor, which will allow the smartphone to communicate directly with low-altitude Earth-orbiting (LEO) satellites.
In addition to autonomy, this tool can allow calls to be made almost anywhere on earth.
So far, Apple is expected to unveil four models: iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max and iPhone 13 mini. The iPhone 13 will be powered by the A15 Bionic and will feature a design similar to the iPhone 12. The professional press believes that the mini version of this model will be 4.4 inches, while the Standard and Summer Professional can go up to 6.1 inches.
According to Dan Ives, an analyst at Wedbush, contacted by CNBC, Apple is considering launching the new iPhone on September 14, and may start taking orders three days later.
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