New information about the iPhone 13 coming from Max Weinbach, a well-known tech specialist in the world of smartphones and more particularly from Apple, was included in a video by EverythingApplePro a few hours ago.
We learn that the next generation of iPhone should be equipped with a screen with Always-On technology. This means that like some competing Android smartphones, the next iPhone could constantly display information on the screen, without the latter necessarily being on. We detailed this information here earlier today.
Otherwise, Max Weinbach reveals that the iPhone to be released next fall would include a improved MagSafe connector technology, more powerful than that currently equipping the iPhone 12. It would allow a much more solid grip of compatible MagSafe accessories.
In addition, the 120 Hz would be appropriate regarding the screen, while a new matte black finish should be offered by Apple. And then, still according to the source, one should not expect a change of design.
In photography on the other hand, the iPhone 13 will have some strengths to highlight compared to previous generations, including new capabilities for night photography. Apple would indeed be interested in the practice ofastrophotography, which consists of taking a photograph, in the sky, often at night, of celestial objects, planets, satellites, stars, etc. Thus, the next apple smartphone model could take advantage of a special astrophotography mode in the Camera app to take the sharpest and brightest images of space possible.
Finally, portrait mode, which seeks to sublimate a shot of the face, in particular by blurring the background, could be used in video, and no longer just in photos.
Recall that other rumors are counting on the reappearance of Touch ID on the iPhone 13. But even if the pandemic may have changed the situation, with a less effective Face ID for users wearing a protective mask on their nose and mouth , it would be a pretty astonishing flashback on the part of the Californian.
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