Video reveals the design of the iPhone 13 Pro Max

Dummy unit of the upcoming model  We reported weeks ago about the possible design changes of the new iPhone 2021 line. While it’s almost certain that there won’t be dramatic differences between iPhone 12 and iPhone 13, Apple is indeed tweaking some things. Now, a new video by Unbox Therapy compares the old and the new Pro Max model, so we can better see what’s new.   Although it’s a dummy unit and not a real iPhone, it is created based on sources from the supply[…]

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More than one iPhone may have a 120Hz display

Apple could use an LTPO display for two iPhone 13 models  A rumour from the tech industry has been circulating the internet for a while, claiming that Apple will use a display with a variable refresh rate for the iPhone 13 line up. According to a tweet from Ross Young, Cupertino is currently testing the LTPO technology, which offers a variable refresh rate depending on the power usage.   For example, the display will automatically switch to a lower rate when the user is viewing photos,[…]

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3D mockup of iPhone 13 shows us the possible design changes

A few days ago, we inform you about the possible changes of the iPhone 13 line-up this year. Today, a source from Japan posted an image of what is believed to be the upcoming design of iPhone 2021. According to Mac Otakara, this is a 3D mockup of the new device based on reliable leaks and supply chain sources, created solely to show us the differences.   The video and images show us the smaller notch cut in the iPhone13. The current notch on iPhone 12 Pro measures in at[…]

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iPhone 13 expected features and improvements

Apple’s upcoming iPhones for 2021 won’t be dramatically different than the current line-up in terms of visual appearance. The company, however, may introduce some significant under the hood improvements to the product line. Among them could be the always-one display working at 120Hz, smaller notch, camera improvements, new processor, and others. Read more below. Screen sizes will remain the same, like current 5.4, 6.1 and 6.7 inches across diagonals, but LTPO technology may be introduced. The LCD displays will consume less power, which means greater[…]

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