The iPhone 13 is said to be equipped with a 120Hz always-on display, which displays more notifications and consumes less power.
New rumors suggest that the iPhone 13 screen will be a lot better than previous iPhones. According to rumors circulating by Max Weinbach and EverythingApplePro, the iPhone 13 will have a 120Hz always-on display that consumes very little battery power and is based on low-temperature polycrystalline silicon technology. According to Engadget, this screen affects the phone lock screen and provides very good information to users without any interaction with the phone; We have seen a similar feature on Android phones. It is said that in this case, only the clock and battery charge are shown; But you can also view the notifications if you wish. New notifications are displayed as temporary pop-ups on the screen.
In another part of the rumor, it is said that the iPhone 13 cameras will also improve; For example, the ultraviolet sensor will perform better in low light and, like the Galaxy S21, offers star shooting and portrait shooting modes.
There is likely to be a better Mac for the next iPhones. It is said that the design of iPhone 13 will not be much different from iPhone 12. According to some rumors, the next iPhones will have a narrower and smaller notch, and it is possible that their fingerprint sensor will be located below the screen.
It is not yet possible to say whether these rumors are true or not. However, there is still a long way to go before the next iPhones are introduced, and Apple can change the hardware specifications of these phones.