The next iPhone could have an always-on display

Since it is 2021, there is a lot of talk about the new iPhone. Although it is still early for details, it is speculated that a new model of Apple’s device could have an Always-on display.

Finally a top screen on the iPhone?

Supposedly, efficient LPHz screen of 120Hz will mimic the lock screen, which will come with some information, as we have the opportunity to see on Android phones. Only the amount of battery and clock would be constantly visible, and notifications only at times when they appear.

Well-known YouTubers are already competing over who will reveal more details sooner or later. So there is talk of improving the ultra-wide camera, with improved performance in low-light areas. Then stronger MagSafe magnets are mentioned, so that the wallet does not slip when taken out of the pocket, and the reduction of the so-called notch at the top of the screen is also stated, which is expected to be smaller now. Face ID and front camera will be built right into it.

Finally real biometric protection?

Finally, another achievement of Android could find its way to the iPhone 13 phone – a fingerprint that could be found below the screen this time. In previous generations, Apple has persistently avoided introducing this reliable biometric protection system, persistently relying on an unreliable face recognition system, which it completely failed during the pandemic.

Source: engadget

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