Remember Windows Phones? Most of them had an OLED display and I loved the always-on display on both of my Lumia 920 and 650. Turns out, the next iPhone will also feature an always-on display.
The leak came from Max Weinbach which says the feature will come on iPhone 12s or 13, something which we have seen on both Windows and Android phones. The report also says that 120 Hz will almost definitely be a feature as well.
Apple will also improve MagSafe, so that the magnets can support the weight of the iPhone. Reverse wireless charging could also be there, to specially charge Apple Tags. Apple could also bring optical fingerprint scanning and cut down the size of the notch.
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