According to Ming-Chi Kuo, a well-known Apple analyst, the upcoming Apple iPhone 13 Pro model will have a 120Hz LTPO display that will use less power, resulting in longer battery life. MacRumors was the first to publish Kuo’s allegations.
Furthermore, the Apple iPhone 13 is supposed to have smaller notches on all versions. Kuo also confirmed that, similar to the iPhone 12 series, the iPhone 13 lineup would consist of only four versions. They’ll all have lightning connectors and Qualcomm Snapdragon X60 modems to improve 5G networking capabilities.
The rumor of a 120Hz refresh rate on the new iPhone appears to be real, as previous reports have reported. Apart from Ming-Chi Kuo, Ross Young, a show industry researcher, and leaker Jon Prosser have also claimed this.
According to Kuo, all iPhone 13 models could have sensor-shift image stabilization, which was previously only available on the iPhone 12 Pro Max. Also, according to another source, the iPhone 13 Pro models would have an enhanced Ultra Large Camera lens with an f/1.8 aperture and autofocus (the iPhone 12 models had an f/2.4 aperture).
According to Kuo, Apple will increase the size of iPhone batteries this time. iPhone 13 customers can expect their devices to last longer thanks to the LTPO technology that saves power and the larger battery, but nothing can be said for sure at this point. A larger battery will make the iPhone a little heavier.