This conceptual iPhone 13 has been designed by Antonio De Rosa as a rendering of the upcoming smartphone that is likely to be unveiled in the fall and imagines it as a powerful solution with a few unexpected aesthetic changes.
The smartphone is powered by the Apple M1 chip that was first used by the company to power its laptops, but is now being used in the new iPad Pro and even the new iMacs. This would see the smartphone taking a big leap forward when it comes to processing power and would thus accommodate demanding workflows.
The conceptual iPhone 13 also sees the notch eliminated from the display in favor of a physical notch that sticks up from the right side of the smartphone to house the front-facing camera and facial recognition technology.
This Conceptual iPhone 13 is Powered by the M1 Chip
1. In-house Processor Smartphones - Smartphones equipped with high-performance processors designed in-house by smartphone manufacturers, such as the Apple M1 chip, will become increasingly popular as consumers demand more power and flexibility from their devices.
2. Elimination of Display Notches - Smartphones that eliminate display notches in favor of physical notches will become more common as manufacturers seek to increase screen real estate and improve the user experience.
3. Integration of Facial Recognition Technology - Smartphones that integrate facial recognition technology will become more widespread as manufacturers seek to improve the security and convenience of unlocking devices and accessing personal information.
1. Smartphone Manufacturing - Smartphone manufacturers such as Apple have the opportunity to leverage in-house semiconductor design to increase their market share and improve the performance and user experience of their devices.
2. Semiconductor Manufacturing - Semiconductor manufacturers that specialize in designing and producing high-performance processors such as the Apple M1 chip have a disruptive innovation opportunity to expand into the smartphone market and partner with smartphone manufacturers.
3. Facial Recognition Technology - Facial recognition technology providers have the opportunity to work with smartphone manufacturers to improve the security and convenience of unlocking devices and accessing personal information, potentially expanding their market reach and revenue streams.