iPhone 13 Might Be Having A Smaller Face ID Chip Resulting In A Smaller Notch

There have been a lot of speculations about Apple’s upcoming iPhone 13 series. It is known to launch later this year and there’s a new rumor that are doing rounds. The iPhone 13 might be having a major Face ID change and that will result in the notch being smaller than usual.

As per a report of DigiTimes, the VCSEL chips that are used in the 3D mapping technology in Face ID will be reduced by 40 to 50 percent.

This will in turn make Apple’s facial recognition system more efficient. Since the size of the chip will be reduced, the notch might also become small in size. Also, the position of the earpiece might be changed i.e. it might be shifted to the top bezel and so will the speaker grille.

The upcoming iPad models which support Face ID will also be getting some minor changes concerning their design.

As far as the price point is concerned, looks like that the iPhone 13 will have a starting price of Rs. 69,990 and it can go up to Rs. 1,49,990 for the top model.

As per all the rumors, the iPhone 13 will be having an in-display fingerprint scanner. Although this is very common in Android phones, this feature will be available in the iOS environment for the first time in the iPhone 13. Also, the phone is said to having an A15 Bionic chip, a combination of Touch and Face ID, a high refresh rate, bigger batteries, up to 1TB of internal storage, and some more exciting features.

Also, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had said that the iPhone 13 series will be having a better version of the ultra-wide lens with an f/1.8 lens. He also said that the new cameras will be present in the Pro model only of the iPhone 13.