It’s been too long since the launch of the iPhone 12series and now all the eyes are up for the upcoming iPhone 13 series which is expected to launch in September 2021. We have already witnessed a series of leaks and rumours about the upcoming iPhone series and now the latest report from Korea, Apple is planning to launch two top models iPhones with 120Hz refresh OLED displays. Samsung Display and LG Display are going to be the prime supplier of the OLED panels. Here’s a closer look at the latest leaks.
Apple iPhone 13 to Launch With 120Hz ProMotion OLED Displays
According to the report, the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max are going to pack a 120Hz refresh rate ProMotion display. The report also suggested that the vanilla variants like the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini are expected to launch with 120Hz LTPO (Low-Temperature Polycrystalline Oxide) display.
Recently popular tipster and YouTuber Jon Prosser claimed that Apple is working on a next-gen iPhone which is going to be portless. The smartphone is said to be charged via MagSafe, the information was first leaked on Twitter. Meanwhile, the tipster mentioned that the company is not planning to turn all the iPhones into wireless ones.
“MagSafe is the bridge between lightning and portless. It’s also the way Apple can keep things somewhat proprietary without giving in to something as universal as USB-C,” the tipster added citing some industrial sources.
Apple analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo in his report has claimed that the company will not witness any issue with the supply chain in 2021 and the next-gen iPhone 13 series will not face any delay in launch. So we can expect the launch of Apple iPhone 13 this time without any delay. A couple of days back Jon Prosser also claimed that Apple is working on a foldable smartphone which will arrive in a clamshell design. The smartphone is expected to launch in 2022 or 2023 as the company will be needing more time for research and development.
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