The long-awaited novelty that could reach the iPhone 13 — 2022

There are still long months until the new iPhone 13 is presented, but rumors are already on the table to account for its possible features. A new report from the DigiTimes publication has recently come to light. This gives a lot of information about the screens of these new high-end smartphones. We tell you all the details about this information that has been known.

120 Hz would be a reality on the iPhone 13

There are many wishes from users to be able to have an iPhone in their hands that has a screen with a higher refresh rate. This seems to be a reality based on this information showing how the iPhone 13 could integrate low-power LTPO screens. This is something that both LG and Samsung would be responsible for producing. These LTPO panels could be completed in the first half of 2021 in order to have everything ready for future iPhones. Right now these two manufacturers are producing simple LTPS OLED screens and now they have to make the leap to LTPO technology.

In addition to these two manufacturers that we already know a lot about, the possibility of integrating the BOE manufacturer is also highlighted. This Chinese manufacturer could be included despite the quality tests that have been carried out over the months. Right now this company is testing seven types of panels that would be special for Apple itself in Chinese bananas. Right now in the report it is pointed out that the company would already have the approval of Apple.

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Thanks to this technology, there would be a refresh rate of 120 Hz. This would provide the iPhone with greater fluidity when viewing specific content. Above all, it will be fully noticeable when you want to play a video game. Although this is not something revolutionary since in other mobile devices this technology has already been included in the screens that are already in televisions and even in gaming monitors. Without a doubt, this is the next step after 4K in order to offer a very good experience to users.

Less consumption in these iPhone

The great 'fear' that can be had after reading this report undoubtedly lies in the autonomy of the new iPhone. Due to the fact of having a 120 Hz refresh rate, the battery life can be seriously affected, as we have already seen in other devices. Although the report points out that the iPhone 13 could even have a reduced energy consumption of 15 to 20%. The problem here is that no details are given on how this is going to be achieved by having a screen that requires this energy capacity. SAe can possibly think that the A15 chip can be more power efficient as we have seen in previous generations. In this way it will be possible to end up compensating both the5G technologylike the screen.