The iPhone 13 series has been told to install the Apple Watch-Like Display-On Display regularly

The launch of the iPhone 13 is more than a month away but the leaks have been huge. The range is expected to have four models – iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max.

The new leak now suggests that the iPhone 13 series could have a refresh rate of 120Hz and a display mode that remains the same as the one on the Apple Watch.

The Always-On Display feature may have drain a lot of battery, but the display is said to consume less power than the iPhone 12 series.

Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reports in a recent Power On newsletter that next-generation iPhones will come with a smaller note and a faster A15 chip.

The display is likely to improve battery life, which means it gives Apple space to integrate features such as the Always-On display mode seen on the Apple Watch.

The display can also have a refresh rate of 120Hz and is reportedly bringing improvements to video recording.

Gurman reports that Apple has offered suppliers to build up to 90 million new iPhones this fall. That’s a 20 percent increase over 75 million units Apple has planned for the iPhone 12 series by 2020.

While it is reported that there is support for 120Hz refresh rate, it may be a natural change and the change will be based on the work you do on your phone.

The iPhone 13 series has been told to install the Apple

The iPhone 13’s series is also reportedly coming with LTPO-powered displays, which will give Apple a chance to incorporate new features, such as the reported Always-On show.

In addition to the display updates, the iPhone 13’s could appear in two new color options – Pearl and Sunset Gold.

The entire range is likely to support Wi-Fi 6E and the camera module on Pro models is reported to be larger than before.

In addition, the iPhone 13’s series reportedly features faster wireless charging and advanced advanced lenses for the last generation of iPhones.

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