According to recent news, citing a Digitimes supply chain report, Apple will be equipped with LiDAR for all iPhone 13 series this year, not just the "Pro" model.

The report pointed out that Apple has signed an agreement with Sony to ensure that LiDAR will be used in the iPhone at least before 2023.

LiDAR was first launched on the iPad Pro in March 2020, and later expanded to iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. It is a small sensor that uses 3D sensing technology to measure the distance to objects five meters away from the surrounding area.

The technology can enhance the AR experience and other unique features, such as the ability to measure a person's height in real time.

LiDAR scanners can use light pulses to accurately measure the distance from an object to the camera lens. Using relevant data, the camera can autofocus more accurately and better distinguish between foreground and background to create effects such as portrait mode.

The depth camera will also help augmented reality applications to place digital objects in real environments more realistically.

Apple often introduces new features or configurations on high-end devices, and then introduces them to low-end devices in the next few years.

For example, although the OLED display is limited to iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, and the standard version of iPhone 11 uses LCD, but later the entire iPhone 12 series were equipped with OLED display.

Apple is expected to release the iPhone 13 series in September this year, which is expected to include four models, including 5.4-inch iPhone 13 mini, 6.1-inch iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro and 6.7-inch iPhone 13 Pro Max.


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