Apple is working on its upcoming iPhone 13 series, and new leaks on the series seem to come up every other day. According to the most recent leaks from EverythingApplePro and Max Weinbach, it seems like Apple will finally bring Always-On Display functionality with this new series.
The leaks further suggest that the iPhone 13 series will use Samsung’s 120Hz LTPO (low-temperature polycrystalline oxide) displays. With this, the users will now be able to have the time and battery percentage on display at all times.
Meanwhile, features such as notifications might also appear on the Always-On Display by lighting up just a small portion of the screen. Other rumors suggest that this series will have stronger MagSafe magnets which will effectively prevent compatible accessories from unclipping.
In addition, there are talks of the camera having a new mode, an automatic Astro-photography mode. This will allow the camera to detect stars or other space objects in the sky.
Looks like Apple has amazing things lined up for this series. We will soon know more about the lineup.
via - GSMarena
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