Lucknow: Before the launch of every Apple product there is an exceptional hype in the market about the new and cool cutting-edge technological features, the iphone makers could offer their consumers. As we are still relishing our iPhone 12, Apple leaks are already tempting us to buy the next generation of iPhone, the iPhone 13, or the iPhone 12S, whatever it ends up being called.
As per the ‘exclusive’ information from various sources, Apple will finally bring ‘Always-On Display’ functionality to its upcoming iPhone 13 series. The authentic leaks also suggests that the coming variants of iPhone will use Samsung’s 120Hz LTPO (low-temperature polycrystalline oxide) displays and notifications will appear on the AOD by lighting up just a small portion of the screen. This will enable the users to have their battery percentage and time on display at all times.
“Always-On Display will have minimal customizability. The current design basically looks like a toned-down lockscreen. Clock and battery charge is always visible. Notifications seem to be displayed using a bar and icons. Upon receiving, the notification will pop up normally except that the screen will not entirely light up. Instead, it will display it just like you’re used to right now, except dimmed down and only temporarily.”
There’s also talk of another big leak that suggests iPhone 13 will bring an automatic Astro-photography mode which will switch on when it detects stars or other space objects in the sky. To launch this automatic night mode, one needs to point the camera at the night sky, the iPhone would scan for certain artifacts like the stars or the moon.
Another very interesting feature that Apple makers are said to be working on is to introduced stronger MagSafe magnets to prevent compatible accessories from unclipping. It will also make compatible chargers and other accessories attach to the phone much more securely.
In terms of design, the new iPhone 13/12S Pro models are going to retain most of the design elements from the iPhone 12 series, but with a more refined matte finish at the back, just like the Google Pixel. The new iPhones will reportedly be slightly thicker, although there is no discernible reason so far. Also, the notch might be shorter this year and there won’t be an in-display fingerprint scanner this year as well, even though current users are still waiting on Touch ID to do away the inefficacy of Face ID in this Covid-induced mask-dominated reality.
Introducing another very cool feature to iPhone 13 Pro, the company has enabled it to use your iPhone to unlock your Tesla car using the inbuilt U1 chip. We first saw this chip on the iPhone 11 in 2019.