Latest Apple iPhone 13 leaks that have suggested new and exciting upcoming features in the next generation series have just surfaced online. Apparently, along with astrophotography and other features, the 2021 iPhone will feature a portless interface.
The well-known tipster Max Weinbach and YouTuber Jon Prosser released new details about the iPhone 13, according to a PhoneArena post. The iPhone 13 Pro will have a slightly more textured soft matte back panel for a stronger and more secure grip, according to the former. The tipster further added that for a smooth user experience and connectivity with the device, the high end 2021 iPhone will also sport an LTPO always-on display, with a 120Hz high refresh rate screen, close to the ProMotion display on the iPad Pro.
Notably, for the Apple Watch Series 6, the same LTPO screen is already used and is still on view. Weinbach added that there would be limited customizability for the' Always-On Show. Basically, the new version looks like a toned-down lock screen. The clock and battery charges are still evident. Using a bar and icons, updates appear to be seen. The message will show up normally upon receipt, except that the device will not light up completely. Alternatively, it would appear exactly as you're used to right now, but dimmed down and just temporarily.
In addition, in terms of design, the Apple iPhone 13 will be aesthetically similar to the iPhone 12 series, while also featuring the functionality of astrophotography seen in Google Pixel smartphones. This function helps users to take direct pictures of the night sky, the stars, and even the moon for those unaware. Reportedly, with longer exposure times and additional internal processing, simply pointing your iPhone up to the sky will enable astrophotography mode automatically. This news, sadly, is still unconfirmed, so take it with a pinch of salt, but you can check out the above video.
Today a Youtube Channel called "EverythingApplepro EAP" Published a video about all the leaks about iphone13.
here is the video -
Credit- "EverythingApplepro EAP"
Source- PhoneArena, Gizmo, EverythingApplepro