The new iPhone 13 features that just leaked

About him iPhone 13 we have already heard many rumors, despite the fact that there are still many months until its presentation and launch. We have heard that it is possible that the notch is smaller, that it eliminates the charging port, that we will see a screen at 120 Hz and that it would even have Touch ID under the screen.

Concept based on Ben Geskin’s design

And now we get new very interesting information from the YouTube channel EverythingApplePro, with data from the leaker Max Weinbach, who on previous occasions has already revealed very relevant information about the new iPhone models.

Mainly talks about two novelties, one of them related with the design of the iPhone 13 and another with its screen. Thanks to the OLED panels with LTPO technology that Apple will use, the iPhone 12 could be the first iPhone to have Always-On Display.

News about the iPhone 13 keep coming

Even though we don’t know yet if it will be called the iPhone 13 or iPhone 12s, there are plenty of other features that are already leaking. Starting with this new design touch, although in general they will look identical to the iPhone 12, the rear glass will be somewhat more matte or frosted, favoring the grip of the device.

«The matte back is being refined. So on the 2021 iPhones I’m sure Max is referring to the Pro models, they will have a slightly more textured back with better grip. Says they’ll be a little more comfortable«

Rear iPhone 12
The matte textured back of the iPhone 12 Pro

Regarding the function Always-On Display, this rumor confirms the arrival of the LTPO panels. These types of screens are already used in the Apple Watch, and allow a variation in the extreme refresh rate, from 1 Hz to 120 Hz.

That means that the iPhone 12 could vary the refresh rate of the screen intelligently so that battery consumption does not suffer. By activating the always-on display, the refresh rate goes to just 1 Hz, like the latest Apple Watch models, and consumes very little battery.

«Always-On Display will have minimal customization. The current design basically looks like the unlocked screen grayed out. The battery and the clock are always visible. Notifications appear to be displayed using a bar and icons. Upon receipt, the notifications will appear normally, except that the screen will not light up fully«.

iPhone always on display
IPhone always-on screen concept

In addition to these details, the video also mentions the camera and other possible news related to AirTags and the Apple Watch Series 7:

  • The iPhone 13 will feature stronger magnets for MagSafe.
  • The camera will have new astrophotography functions: When aiming at the sky, it will switch to “astrophotography mode” when it detects stars or the moon. This will apply longer exposure times and more internal processing to get better photos.
  • The AirTags arriving in March or April, the software features are fully implemented.
  • The Apple Watch Series 7 will not have support for glucose monitoring, a highly rumored feature that might not arrive in time.

Despite the fact that we have heard many rumors about the iPhone 13, we must bear in mind that it’s just that, rumors. Last year many rumors about the iPhone 12 were right, but many others were wrong. So this information must be taken with caution.


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