What if the iPhone 13 had a steam chamber?

Will the iPhone 13 benefit from a cooling system based on steam chambers? In any case, this is what a new publication by Ming-Chi Kuo suggests.

The next generation of iPhones certainly won't arrive until Q3 2021, but they're already making a name for themselves. It is obvious that this future model will offer software and hardware improvements. Precisely, on the hardware side, a major change could be made. According to our colleagues at Apple Insider, the iPhone 13 would be entitled to a steam chamber.

What if the iPhone 13 had a steam chamber?

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Information that comes from TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo suggests that Apple is aggressively testing a vapor chamber thermal system. The system in question would benefit the iPhone. Kuo is convinced that the Cupertino company intends to integrate it into a future model of iPhone.

With the iPhone 13 being the company's next flagship model, there's a good chance it will benefit from the tech.

Towards a major change?

La Pomme has been interested in the concept of cooling by steam chambers for ages. It would even have already developed functional solutions before, but due to lack of reliability, these would have been abandoned.

So now it turns out that the company has found the right solution.

“The main reason the iPhone doesn't adopt the vapor chamber is that its reliability test results cannot meet Apple's high standards , Kuo explained. “Nonetheless, we are optimistic about the timeline for improving the reliability of the steam chamber and expect that at least high-end iPhone models will be equipped with it in the near future,” he added.

A necessity for 5G

In addition, Kuo argues that the iPhone 13 will need a more efficient cooling system to better meet the demands of 5G and current applications which tend to become more and more energy intensive.

The iPhone 12, the first iOS smartphone to support the new telecommunications protocol, can in some cases suffer from an overheating issue when it connects to 5G.

By opting for a more efficient cooling system, Apple should therefore be able to overcome these concerns which, it should be noted, sometimes spoil the user experience and can accelerate the aging of components. A. Note that this would not be the only change planned for the iPhone 13. Rumors also suggest a rear camera module with a slightly different look.

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Will the iPhone 13 benefit from a cooling system based on steam chambers? In any case, this is what a new publication by Ming-Chi Kuo suggests.

The next generation of iPhones certainly won't arrive until Q3 2021, but they're already making a name for themselves. It is obvious that this future model will offer software and hardware improvements. Precisely, on the hardware side, a major change could be made. According to our colleagues at Apple Insider, the iPhone 13 would be entitled to a steam chamber.

What if the iPhone 13 had a steam chamber?

Credits Matias Cruz – Pixabay.com

Information that comes from TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo suggests that Apple is aggressively testing a vapor chamber thermal system. The system in question would benefit the iPhone. Kuo is convinced that the Cupertino company intends to integrate it into a future model of iPhone.

With the iPhone 13 being the company's next flagship model, there's a good chance it will benefit from the tech.

Towards a major change?

La Pomme has been interested in the concept of cooling by steam chambers for ages. It would even have already developed functional solutions before, but due to lack of reliability, these would have been abandoned.

So now it turns out that the company has found the right solution.

“The main reason the iPhone doesn't adopt the vapor chamber is that its reliability test results cannot meet Apple's high standards , Kuo explained. “Nonetheless, we are optimistic about the timeline for improving the reliability of the steam chamber and expect that at least high-end iPhone models will be equipped with it in the near future,” he added.

A necessity for 5G

In addition, Kuo argues that the iPhone 13 will need a more efficient cooling system to better meet the demands of 5G and current applications which tend to become more and more energy intensive.

The iPhone 12, the first iOS smartphone to support the new telecommunications protocol, can in some cases suffer from an overheating issue when it connects to 5G.

By opting for a more efficient cooling system, Apple should therefore be able to overcome these concerns which, it should be noted, sometimes spoil the user experience and can accelerate the aging of components. A. Note that this would not be the only change planned for the iPhone 13. Rumors also suggest a rear camera module with a slightly different look.

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