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Apple increases the production of the new iPhone in anticipation | Digital Trends Spanish

The iPhone 13 is one of the most anticipated models, which is why Apple would have increased its production by a fifth.

According to un report of Bloomberg, Apple would be preparing 90 million units of its next flagship phone instead of the 75 million that were initially expected. The notable increase in production would respond to the strong demand that Apple expects to have the model after the improvement of the general situation of the pandemic around the world.

Despite the global chip shortage that is affecting most mobile phone manufacturers around the world, the sources consulted by Bloomberg say that the problem is highly unlikely to affect the production of the iPhone 13.

Apple is expected to include significant improvements in the iPhone 13s compared to the current model. One of the most important is the inclusion of 5G connectivity, but it is not the only one. New devices are also expected to feature LTPO technology on their displays, which would allow the phone to use a high refresh rate when needed and a lower refresh rate when required.

Other rumors suggest that the iPhone 13 will feature Apple’s A15 chip with a 5-nanometer process. There would also be substantial changes to the cameras, specifically with the inclusion of an ultra-wide camera with an aperture of f / 1.8. This ultra-wide camera could have autofocus for the first time, which would be a huge improvement over previous generations.

At the moment there is nothing confirmed by Apple, so we must take this information with caution and wait until autumn, the date on which the new phones of the apple giant are expected to arrive.

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