Last May, Apple launched updated devices specifically designed for remote work. Now, the new iPhone 13 is perfect for digital nomads. It includes a low-orbit technology that allows an internet connection anywhere.
According to IT-Home, the iPhone 13 will be live on September 17 and in the Apple stores on September 24. With 100 million units available at launch, analysts expect at least 43% of iPhone owners will upgrade to the iPhone13 for digital nomads.
What’s Special About The New iPhone 13 For Digital Nomads?
Firstly, Apple’s iPhone 13 allows calls and texts even in regions lacking cellular coverage. It will come in a handset employing a Qualcomm X60. This technology permits communicating with low-Earth orbiting satellites without 4G and 5G coverage.
Secondly, users have the option to send their location and Medical ID information with the iPhone’s Health App. This new technology is meant for emergencies and more. Providing connectivity everywhere, the iPhone 13 is perfect for digital nomads, remote workers, and travelers into remote areas.
Finally, here are other features of the new iPhone:
The iPhone 13 is the same size as iPhone 12 (5.4-inch display) but including a faster A15 processor, a UI display, and a 120Hz ProMotion display.
- Improve durability and water resistance for underwater photography.
- For the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max, users will have global 5G mm-wave support, 120Hz ProMotion displays, and extended storage.
- Three cameras and a LiDAR sensor to improve photo composition and color. In addition, features for ProRes video, record 8K video, and Portrait Mode video.
Most likely, the new device will be Apple’s most durable phone. For this reason, the iPhone 13 is perfect for digital nomads and remote workers traveling around the world.