Apple planning to launch iPhone 13 next year with 120Hz ProMotion display

By Maaz Perwez
iPhone 13

The launch of the iPhone 12 series is imminent, and we can expect to see a truckload of features coming to the new generation of iPhone. However, one latest trending technology that almost every smartphone manufacturer uses might not come to the iPhone 12. The high refresh rate display, almost every other smartphone is shipping with either 120 or 90 Hz of high refresh rate display.

Apple, on the other hand, has planned to drop this feature from its iPhone 12 series. But some reports suggest that Apple is planning to ship next year’s iPhone with a 120Hz display using Pro-motion technology. It is the same technology that we have seen in the iPad Pro series.

Except for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, no other phone uses a variable refresh rate display using LTPO display technology. But next year, we can expect more and more phones will be implementing this technology. So it is expected that the 2021 iPhone with 120hz display can make a dream come true display of 2020 for IOS users.

Also Read: iPhone 12 prices leaked ahead of launch, iPhone 12 Mini to start at $649 and iPhone 12 Pro at $999

According to DSCC founder and display analyst Ross Young, the iPhone 13 lineup will be similar to Apple’s 2020 launch of the iPhone 12 series. The four models of the iPhone 12 series from 5.4 inches to all the way upto 6.7 inches. This year, all of the iPhones are going to use OLED display panels, which is a great move by Apple. So we can expect something similar in the next iteration of the iPhone as well.

Young expects both iPhone 13 Pro models to have a LiDAR Scanner on the rear. It is unknown whether the feature will come to the non-Pro models. Apart from this, All of the iPhone 13 models will be 5G and will support sub-6Ghz 5G connectivity for faster 5G networks. This year, the iPhone 12 Pro Max is the only model rumored to offer mmWave 5G.

The first batch of iPhone 12 will reach the distributors and resellers on 5 October. Only the non-pro models will be launched and the Pro models will join the shelves later on in November.

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