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iPhone 13 could feature next-gen vapor chamber cooling technology – TechRadar

We’ve already heard a few rumors about what could be in store for the iPhone 13 later this year, and there’s now a new piece of next-gen tech that we can add to the list of potential upgrades: vapor chamber cooling.
As per well-known Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, via AppleInsider, Apple is “aggressively testing” the technology to include it in future iPhones though as yet it’s not clear whether or not it’ll be ready in time for the 2021 handsets.
The cooling system is essentially a miniaturized version…

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