New year, new rumors on the iPhone. These come from the respected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
According to a note sent to customers – and seen by AppleInsider – Apple is “aggressively” testing vapor chamber cooling for the iPhone.
The harder it is to push a processor, the more heat there is to dissipate. While the iPhone does a reasonable job of dispersing waste heat, the current cooling system is passive.
That’s why your iPhone sometimes gets hot, especially under prolonged heavy loads.
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But cooling the vapor chamber, which is already in use by some high-end smartphone makers (the Huawei Mate 20 comes to mind), would allow the cooling system to be more effective, meaning the processor can be pushed faster and harder.
Better cooling would have a ripple effect in keeping the battery cooler, which in turn should give it longer life.
Another change that Kuo says may be on the way is an under-display fingerprint reader, meaning Touch ID could make a comeback.
If this is in response to wearing the mask or users’ request for a fingerprint reader, Kuo does not say.
Kuo also brings up the specter of the end of the Lightning Harbor Road. This has been on the cards for quite some time and now that Apple has MagSafe chargers for the iPhone, it seems inevitable.
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