Apple could finally incorporate a technology at work in many competitors on its next iPhone vintage: the always-on screen.
The next iPhones are not expected before the start of the school year in September as rumors about them are already in full swing. We had learned that they could reintroduce the Touch ID fingerprint sensor , or even benefit from a panel with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, thanks to Samsung . According to this new rumor launched by the YouTube channel EverythingApplePro, which once again concerns its screen, the iPhone 13 could (finally) be entitled to an always-on screen , as we find in spades in the Android world, and even in certain Apple products such as the Apple Watch Series 5 and Series 6.
According to the leakers, to benefit from a permanently lit screen on its next iPhone vintage, Apple would have focused on LTPO technology, already seen on the Apple Watch, and which drastically saves battery life. ‘a device by adjusting the frequency of the screen, allowing it to stay on at all times. On the Apple Watch, for example, the refresh rate drops to just one frame per second when always-on is engaged. The iPhone 13 would therefore benefit from this function, with its new screen capable of going up to 120 Hz. However, as yououtubers note, the always-on screen and the refresh rate at 120 Hz would be reserved for the “Pro” models, namely the iPhone 13 Pro and the iPhone 13 Pro Max, if Apple keeps its current nomenclature.
This is not the only novelty mentioned by EverythingApplePro. According to the leakers, Apple plans to improve its MagSafe wireless charging technology by using a new textured glass back on the back of the iPhone 13s, and reinforce the power of the magnets that hold the MagSafe accessories. On the photography side, the next iPhone could also be entitled to a new automatic astrophotography mode, as can be found on Google Pixels . The design of the smartphone, however, should remain virtually unchanged, with still these flat slices appeared on the iPhone 12 .
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