1TB option for iPhone 13 Pro duo, LiDAR on all models, say analysts

22 July 2021
There were conflicting reports from various analytics firms, but the latest scuttlebut confirms the initial report.

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  • Anonymous

i0S.- Never.- Again, 25 Jul 2021No.. .What I am telling you is that... even after jailbreak... moreandroid user still proud with their "customization" ... android user really have lots of time change fond that even its owner cant read ....

Anonymous, 22 Jul 2021Not simple. Even if you do not use all the 256Gb, you s... moreThey have a base price, whether its 256gb or 128gb they will not go below that base price
So it is better if we get 256gb for that base price, no?
Hence, I said at the same price.

  • Anonymous

AnonD-1003038, 23 Jul 2021KRACK exploit from 2018 to name the one that stands out the... moreThe KRACK vulnerability was patched since 2017, and it was a nonissue for most people because an attacker needs to be within the range of the network. I don't know why you concerned about it. Did you know that people on the same Wi-Fi network as you can decrypt your traffic if they capture your handshake packets? If you're so concerned about security, you should never use online banking while you're connected to a public Wi-Fi network or a Wi-Fi network at your company; you should only use a home Wi-Fi network or wired or mobile phone network. And in case someone broke into your home, KRACK would be the last thing you should worry about.

AnonD-1003038, 24 Jul 2021Are you in all seriousness comparing performance of a user ... moreNo.. .What I am telling you is that... even after jailbreaking you can't get the same level of customization as Android.

A simple HTC style flip clock widget isn't some hardware or software taxing implementation of a widget. iOS simply doesn't have it in their DNA to match the customization level of Android.
The OS is designed to be lightweight.

You can't pit a heavyweight fighter against a lightweight fighter, the heavyweight fighter always wins. This is why we have weight classes.
iOS can only handle lightweight customization, it can't compete with the heavyweight Big Boys like Android.

  • AnonD-1003038

i0S.- Never.- Again, 24 Jul 2021All the features rolled out in iOS 14 and 15 not only exist... moreAre you in all seriousness comparing performance of a user hacked and mishmashed feature into a forcibly unlocked (jailbroken) iPhone in absolutely unsupported way as a performance comparison?

AnonD-1003038, 24 Jul 2021Yet another smarta** throwing "firsts" around. Wh... moreAll the features rolled out in iOS 14 and 15 not only existed on Android years back but they were also polished. They definitely didn't have bugs with widgets and other things that iOS has with iOS 15 now. So keep your lies and outdated talking points to yourself.

The reason is that Android is designed for customization while iOS is designed to be a lightweight operating system. When a lightweight operating system is taxed with the task of high end customization and features, it fails badly.

This is why these features were always buggy on jailbroken iPhones in the past. I remember the implementation of HTC flip clock widget on jailbroken iPhone back in the day, which lagged like hell, while it worked smoothly on Android devices with 512mb RAM.

  • AnonD-1003038

Harold, 24 Jul 2021Is this the IPhone 11 or 12? or 12S? they all look the same..Because phones from other makers totally don't look all the same heh. Also iPhone 12 is the only model after iPhone 4 that has flat sides. 13 will continue this design language. So, do the math on "they all look the same"...

  • Harold

Is this the IPhone 11 or 12? or 12S? they all look the same..

  • AnonD-1003038

HaterzSuckkkkk, 24 Jul 2021Excuse me, M1 chip anybody? Or just the fact all Android chipset makers are catching up every time Apple releases new A-Series Bionic chipset. They always go full defensive with excuse it's not comparable because whatever reasons they make up at the moment.

  • AnonD-1003038

Lord Android , 24 Jul 2021Widgets and app drawers were already done 10 years back. I... moreYet another smarta** throwing "firsts" around. Who freaking cares if you had them 10 years ago? They were added 10 years ago and Google or anyone else hasn't touched them since. Because that's what they do. They do the "first" thing and add a feature and then leave it to rot. I've had Android phones for over 8 years and widgets are as inconsistent and often broken as they were now 10 years ago. All over the place in size and never aligned with rest of icons. Such minor detail that Apple did in iOS and on Android, no one bothered to addres that. But it was first, sure. Yay!

  • Khofi Lyki

Anonymous, 23 Jul 2021how can u expect to use common sense in pricing an iphone ? lolI love it

  • Lord Android

HaterzSuckkkkk, 24 Jul 202110 years ahead? Where is the evidence in that?Widgets and app drawers were already done 10 years back.
Ios still can't implement widgets as good as android.
AOD functionality existed 10 years back on Android

Anonymous, 23 Jul 2021Logic? If Android is 10 years ahead even if the updates sto... more10 years ahead? Where is the evidence in that?

Best Memes, 22 Jul 2021You're right about Apple not upgrading their hardware ... moreWho cares about resolution, quad binning just ruins the image quality.

A larger sensor equals better image quality. Assuming both sensors have the same size, using a quad binning 48MP sensor is inferior to just leaving the sensor at 12-16MP. And that is exactly what apple is doing.

Anonymous, 22 Jul 2021because we're not seeing innovation in these products ... moreExcuse me, M1 chip anybody?

Anonymous, 22 Jul 2021because we're not seeing innovation in these products ... moreExcuse me, M1 chip anybody?

And before you go to the benchmarks... keep in mind that apple's m1 has no turbo boost while chips from stuff like AMD and intel have turbo boost. And keep in mind turbo boost uses 30% more battery.

  • Anonymous

arun5959, 23 Jul 2021should be sub 50k to attract an android user.how can u expect to use common sense in pricing an iphone ? lol

  • AnonD-1003038

Anonymous, 23 Jul 2021Also, I'm not sure what security issues you're so... moreKRACK exploit from 2018 to name the one that stands out the most. Can only be fixed with system level updates, preferably with support of WPA3 and its use over WPA2. With most budget Android phones either never receiving a single update or 1-2 years at best. The one with 2 and more are more exception than rule really to which only Samsung seems to defy the best as they provide quite long support even for cheaper devices. Most other vendors just don't give a s**t and drop you after just 1-2 years as stated. Imagine how many such issues accumulates over years and you have all your banking, all your private photos and passwords on that device. It's why I'm talking so much about it and making a big deal out of it. It very much matters how long phones are supported in software. But it seems hardly anyone here cares for as long as they have 300 Megapixel camera and OLED 8K display with 5000 jiggawatts battery...

  • AnonD-1003038

Anonymous, 23 Jul 2021What WiFi security issues are you talking about? WPA2 is se... moreWell, this comment confirms how knowledgeable users are in this regard. Yeah, WPA2 was released 10 years ago. And most phones haven't got any updates for it in last 5 years because they don't get any updates anymore. Why do you think WPA3 was released? It's because WPA2 is flawed and had several security issues for which routers and client devices received updates. And updates that can't be delivered via GooglePlay. They have to be issued as security update by the vendor itself.

  • Anonymous

AnonD-1003038, 23 Jul 2021The logic is that it's not just features that matter. ... moreAlso, I'm not sure what security issues you're so concerned about. Do you have a concrete example? In practice, attackers don't exploit OS-level security issues to get access to your private information. It's just impractical. If an attacker wants to have access to your bank account, for example, phishing is a common method. Installing a spyware on your phone is another common method to get access to your private information. It doesn't matter if your phone is up-to-date or not, once a spyware is installed, it can collect your private information and upload it to a server. Installing a spyware on a smartphone requires physical access to it, though. Not saying that security updates are bad, but in practice, most of them are useless.