iPhone 13 is quite an anticipated device right now. It is seen featuring in the rumour mill every other day, giving us new details to hold on to. While Apple hasn’t revealed anything regarding its 2021 iPhones yet, it might do so soon at an upcoming WWDC session. Also Read - Bitcoin scammers targeting iPhone users via dating apps: How to identify such scams, tips to stay safe
The session is said to reveal one of the most-rumoured features of the iPhone 13 and this is some exciting news. Here’s what it’s about. Also Read - Apple MacBook Pro 14-inch gets a new display notch, powerful silicon, graphics: Here's a closer look
Apple might have confirmed this iPhone 13 feature
As per a report by PhoneArena, Developer Ryan Jones has suggested that Apple is scheduled to host a session on the last day of this year’s WWDC. The session is expected to discuss app optimisations for platforms that come with support for variable refresh rate displays. Also Read - AirPods 2 price in India drops following launch of AirPods 3
This seemingly confirms the feature for the upcoming iPhone 13, considering it is hosting a dedicated event for app developers to get ready for the tech that it will make its entry for the first time on an iPhone.
iPhone 13 is definitely getting 120Hz. pic.twitter.com/R5OahOOdMw
— Ryan Jones (@rjonesy) June 7, 2021
For those who don’t know, time and again, rumours have suggested that the iPhone 13 Pro and the 13 Pro Max will come with a 120Hz ProMotion screen based on the LTPO tech. This will change the refresh rate based on the display content and will take less toll on the battery life. The display will most likely be made by Samsung, which has already included the same on its Galaxy S21 phones.
However, you should note that there are chances it might not be the case and Apple might just want to talk about the tech it is available on the iPad Pro.
More iPhone 13 rumours
Besides the addition of a high refresh rate, the iPhone 13 phones (the iPhone 13, 13 Mini, 13 Pro, 13 Pro Max) are likely to come with improved cameras with better zooming capabilities. The phones could come with sensor-shift stabilisation and more features.
The iPhone 13 could get Touch ID in the form of an in-display fingerprint scanner, along with the Face ID. There could be a smaller notch, bigger rear camera housings, new colour options, 5G support, bigger batteries, and more.
The iPhone 13 series is expected to launch in September, which is a few months from now.