iPhone 13 rumored to feature always-on display
Apple is rumored to be bringing always-on displays to the iPhone this year with the iPhone 13, according to Max Weinbach via EverythingApplePro.
In a new video shared on Sunday, EAP shared what’s currently rumored for Apple’s next-generation iPhone, including MagSafe improvements, improved low-light camera performance, a new vapor cooling chamber to cut iPhone overheating issues, a smaller notch, and a 120Hz always-on display.
The always-on display would always show the user their lockscreen, making important elements such as the time, date, and battery percentage always visible to the user, even when the phone is asleep.
iPhone 13 rumors are quite slow at the moment given that there’s still a long time to go before the device will be released, but some reports have suggested that the next iPhone will include both Face ID and Touch ID, with the latter being embedded into the screen to allow users to unlock their device by placing their finger on the display, which will scan the fingerprint for authentication.
Apple is expected to announce the iPhone 13 in September, putting the iPhone release schedule back on track following disruption last year caused by the pandemic.