A new report details Apple’s plan of bringing new features to the iPhone 13 lineup this year. The entire iPhone 13 could feature a smaller notch, and the Pro models could feature an adaptive low power LTPO 120Hz refresh rate display.
A new report, based on the research note shared by popular Apple analyst Ming Chi-Kuo, claims that Apple might (finally!) ship this year’s iPhone 13 with a smaller notch. The report, published by MacRumors, also claims that the iPhone 13 Pro models will feature low-power LTPO 120Hz refresh rate display technology.
“His (Kuo’s) research note today claims that there will be ‘no portless design’ this year after all, with the Lightning connector sticking around.”
Kuo also says that the entire iPhone 13 lineup will feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X60 modem upgrading the already-fast 5G experience. Apple also aims to solder the sim card slot of this year’s iPhone onto the motherboard and use better FaceID components to reduce the thickness of the device.
Earlier today, some reports claimed that this year’s iPhone lineup will also feature a 1TB variant. Other reports about iPhone 13 claim that all the iPhone 13 models will feature sensor-shift optical image stabilization which first debuted on the iPhone 12 Pro Max.