Apple’s upcoming iPhone 13 still has time to launch. However, this is already being discussed. News is coming about the features of iPhone 13. A lot of information about Apple’s 2021 iPhone lineup has now been released. Let us know that there have been a lot of reports about the iPhone 13 over the last few days. Under the iPhone 13 series, Apple is reportedly releasing three models: the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. In addition, information about some of its features has been revealed.
The iPhone 13 design can be portable
Let us know that some reports on the iPhone 13 have previously said that it could be launched with a 120Hz refresh rate display and an A15 bionic chipset. Now, according to the latest reports, the design of the iPhone 13 could be portable. About the iPhone 13 series, Tipsters Max Wayneback and John Prosser say that the upcoming iPhone Pro model with matte texture can be released.
New reports also claim that LTPO could always offer the iPhone 13 with an on-display. In a video quoted by Wayneback, he claimed that the upcoming iPhone might always feature an on-display. It is said that the upcoming iPhone will also feature the astrophotography feature. Please note that this feature was present in the Google Pixel smartphone. With the help of this feature, clear photos of the moon and stars can be clicked at night.
Portrait video mode
The company may also offer portrait video mode on the iPhone 13, according to new reports. In addition, the ultra wide lens can be improved. Let us know from previous reports that the company will get an ultra wide camera sensor with f / 1.8 aperture on the iPhone 13. Explain that Apple iPhone 12 has an ultra wide angle camera with f / 2.4 aperture.
In-display fingerprint sensor
With this, the iPhone 13 Series can be presented with an optical in-display fingerprint sensor, which will be another biometric option with Face ID. According to the report, Apple may include some features of the Samsung Galaxy S21 in its next generation iPhones. According to a former official, the company is working on optical sensors for in-screen fingerprint readings, which are more reliable than ultrasonic solutions.