As soon as Apple iPhone 12 hit retail shelves last year, rumors related to iPhone 13 started circulating online. A recent report claims that the iPhone 13 series will finally get high refresh rate screen. To implement 120Hz, Apple will be using energy-efficient and faster switching LTPO backplane – just as Samsung’s Galaxy Note20 Ultra and the recent Galaxy S21 Ultra.

Ming-Chi Kuo, TFI Securities analyst, predicts that the iPhone 13 lineup will have the same four models similar to the iPhone 12 series – iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Mini, and iPhone 13 Pro Max.

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Both the Pro models of the iPhone 13 series are reported to feature an OLED display based on an energy-efficient LTPO back plain. The screen is said to support 120Hz refresh rate and have a yet smaller notch. 

A research note of Kuo obtained by MacRumors hints that the iPhone 13 series is likely to retain the lightning connector and include Qualcomm Snapdragon X60 modem. The 13-lineup could get heavier as Apple will be using a bigger battery this generation. The analyst claims that only the Pro model will get the LiDAR Scanner.

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Sources explain that Apple could use the sensor-shift image stabilization module from iPhone 12 Pro Max for each model of the 13-series. The ultra-wide camera sensor could get a wider ƒ/1.8 aperture and autofocus, unlike iPhone 12’s ƒ/2.4 aperture. 

We may not witness any iPhone SE until the first half of 2022, said the TFI Securities analyst.

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