After the huge success of the iPhone 12 series around the world, tech giant Apple is reportedly planning to launch iPhone 13 lineup. In the upcoming series the company is expected to launch three smartphones — iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.
After the huge success of the iPhone 12 series around the world, tech giant Apple is reportedly planning to launch iPhone 13 lineup. In the upcoming series the company is expected to launch three smartphones — iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. As Apple is working on the major upgrades on the upcoming smartphones, a new report has now revealed that iPhone 13 Pro will be offered in a new matte black option with improved Portrait mode.
“According to a report by Max Weinbach via Everything ApplePro’s YouTube channel, the iPhone 13 will come with a matte black option for the Pro and Pro Max models, a new stainless-steel coating that reduces smudges and fingerprints and a new rear-camera design,” the IANS news agency reported.
In addition, the company has also apparently experimented with a bronze/orange colour but this is said not to be launching this year. The portrait mode on the new Pro iPhones will rely significantly on LiDAR. LiDAR, currently on the iPhone 12 Pro, Pro Max, and iPad Pro, is used for improved low-light image photography.
According to the report from The Elec, the displays will be supplied by Samsung as a result of the conversion of OLED display panels into LTPO, the BGR India reported. The LTPO display is meant to lower the power consumption whilst delivering a high refresh rate. This, on the iPhone 13, would mean a display with a variable 120Hz high refresh rate, and it would consume lesser power.
Apple iPhone 13 models expected to be launched later this year would “likely” feature a fingerprint scanner embedded under the display for authentication, in addition to Face ID. In addition, the upcoming iPhone 13 series would use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X60 5G modem. Built on a 5 nm process, the X60 packs higher power efficiency into a smaller footprint compared to the 7nm-based Snapdragon X55 modem used in iPhone 12 models, the report said.