textured matte black color, 120 Hz and Always On screen

It is still early to discuss theiPhone 13 expected next September but certain elements are already emerging and put into perspective elements anticipated in several leaks.

According to Max Weinbach, Apple’s new smartphone series will be well endowed with displays offering (at least for Pro models) a 120Hz refresh with technology ProMotion already deployed in the iPad Pro.

iPhone 12 Pro Max

LTPO tiles would be well used and will make it possible to offer for the first time a écran Always On with permanent display of charge, time and notifications, with a little customization.

The next models will be very close to the current iPhone 12 series in terms of design, hence the rumor of an iPhone 12S name rather than iPhone 13 which remains to be confirmed.

Pro versions should benefit from a textured matte black shade hanging better in hand.

They will also experience an improvement of the ultra wide angle sensor while a portrait mode, with the possibility of blurring the background, is expected in video.

It’s also about trackers Airtags with yet another launch prediction during the spring. It should also be noted that the blood sugar measurement predicted on connected watches will not be ready for the next generation. Apple Watch Series 7.


Source: GNT – actualités by www.generation-nt.com.

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