Apple’s next-gen iPhone 13 features a display with a 120Hz refresh rate and minor design tweaks. Apple’s iPhone 13 series’ release, rumours that it will feature an Always-On display, higher refresh rates, and few design changes. iPhone 13 Pro will come with 120Hz ProMotion display technology was seen on iPad Pro. Before iPhone 12 series was disclosed last year about a higher refresh rate leaks but did not make the final cut.
The iPhone 13 Pro models will withstand a minor design tweak. The back of the iPhone 13 Pro models may have a texturized finish to make the device easier to carry. The Always-On display feature also comes to the iPhone 13 series as well. Still, users may not be able to customize too much.
The Always-On Display has minimal customizability and looks like a toned-down locks screen. Clock and battery charge is always visible. The Notifications are displayed using a bar and icons. The notification will pop up normally.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has an improved ultrawide lens to use in the iPhone 13 Pro lineup. The other feature is an automatic switch to astrophotography mode when the camera is pointed in the night. The camera will provide longer exposure followed by more internal processing.
The use of a stronger array of magnets to improve MagSafe technology, the launch of AirTags in March/April, and the absence of support for glucose monitoring on the Apple Watch Series 7.
Apple may bring back Touch ID with the iPhone 13 series. The wearing of masks makes it harder to unlock the phone using Face ID.