Apple iPhone 2021: As Apple is inching closer to announcing the new iPhone lineup in 2021, the rumour mill does not look to be letting up. A Bloomberg report has now mentioned that Cupertino could be working on equipping the new iPhone – conveniently dubbed iPhone 13 till we officially know what Apple is deciding upon to contact it – with an normally-on show. If there is any truth to this rumour, Apple would be following in the footsteps of Android with this, considering the fact that the phones based on Android platform have had this feature for rather some time now. However, this would not be the initial time Apple would incorporate the feature to one of its devices. Apple Watch currently has an normally-on show.
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This is also not the initial leak concerning such a feature becoming added by Cupertino to its substantially-anticipated lineup this year. Back in February, leaker Max Weinbach had recommended that the tech giant could use the identical type of low temperature polycrystalline oxide or LTPO show panels on the future iPhones that it has fitted on its Apple Watch.
An earlier report on Bloomberg had also reported a related leak, saying that at least one of the 4 new iPhones that are rumoured to be launched would have an LTPO show. The LTPO show is a technologies that has the capacity to dynamically adjust the screen refresh prices of the Watch in order to save battery life. Not only Bloomberg, but prior to that analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had also mentioned that Pro iPhones in this year’s lineup would have LTPO displays along with a refresh price of 120 Hz.
The report has also stated that Cupertino is most likely to announce new MacBook Pros some time among September and November, with the production of the computer systems set to commence in the third quarter.
Previously, Bloomberg has mentioned that the new iPhone lineup would have a improved battery life and enhanced video recording capabilities, though also getting a smaller sized notch on the screen and becoming fitted with an A15 chip for quicker processing.