Reportedly, the iPhone 13 and other iPhones in the future, have absolutely no physical buttons. This allegation arose because the Apple Insider page found that Apple registered a patent with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for the “Disappearing Button or Slider”. That is, the button will only appear when in use, and hide when not in use. With this assumption, it will fit perfectly with the buttonless concept on the iPhone 13.
The notch on all four models of the iPhone 13 series is rumored to be getting smaller. Apple will move the earpiece to the top bezel to reduce the size of the notch. Security features in the form of face ID technology will also be served in this series. Apple will also introduce a display LTPO 120Hzon the Pro model.
However, it is still unclear whether this “hidden button” patent will apply to Apple devices such as the iPhone 13 or other devices in 2022. Other rumors also say this Apple’s newest smartphone will not have a charging port. The company will replace it with wireless charging. iPhone 13 is said to be launching in September.
Last year, Apple’s production schedule was disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic, and the iPhone 12 series finally shipped a month late. The company seems to have managed to avoid obstacles. Including the shortage of chips and the increasing spread of Covid-19 in some areas.