Always On Display and Astrophotography iPhone 13 Series: In recent weeks, there has been a surge of rumors circulating on the internet regarding the upcoming Apple iPhone 13. According to these rumors, the company has plans to unveil three new models: the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max. Previous leaks indicated that the iPhone 13 would feature a 120Hz refresh rate and would be equipped with the powerful A15 Bionic chipset. Another leak suggests that the iPhone 13 models including iPhone 13, 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max could launch with Astrophotography and Always On Display feature.
According to the latest leak, it has been revealed that the iPhone 13 will sport a portless design. There are several leaks that have been share by YouTuber EverythingApplePro and leaker Max Weinbach. According to reliable tipsters, the forthcoming iPhone Pro models are likely to boast a texturized soft matte finish, enhancing the device’s grip. Furthermore, these sources have also disclosed leaks regarding the inclusion of an Always-on display and Astrophotography feature in the upcoming iPhone 13.
Apple iPhone 13 rumors: Always-On Display
The renowned tipster EverythingApplePro recently uploaded a video on YouTube showcasing the potential Always-On display feature on the upcoming iPhone 13 models. According to the video, the 2021 iPhone lineup might incorporate an LTPO (low-temperature polycrystalline oxide) always-on display. Another reliable source, Weinbach, mentioned that the Always-On Display on the iPhone 13 will offer limited customization options.
The upcoming Always-On Display on the iPhone 13 is likely to resemble as a simple lock screen. It will continuously display the clock and battery level, while notifications may be available with the bar and icons. When a notification is received, only the relevant area of the screen will light up, rather than the entire screen. Furthermore, the Always-On Display could also get a few minor customization options. Now, lets check out another upcoming Astrophotography feature on iPhone 13 Series models. Also Read: Samsung Galaxy A72 4G leaks online, to come with quad camera setup
Astrophotography iPhone 13 (Rumours)
According to rumors, the upcoming iPhone 13 is likely to adopt the astrophotography feature found in Pixel devices. This feature enables Pixel devices to capture detailed photos of the night sky, including stars and even the moon. The tipster suggests that when the iPhone is pointed towards the sky, the camera will automatically switch to astrophotography mode. This mode will offer extended exposure time and enhanced image processing capabilities, allowing users to capture stunning astronomical shots.
Apple iPhone 13 rumors: Portrait mode video
EverythingApplePro reveals that Apple iPhone 13 could get Portrait Mode video alongside the Astrophotography. This feature will allow users to change the depth of field in post production. The tipster also claims that iPhone 13 lineup will support an improved ultra-wide lens. Also, the ultra-wide camera on the iPhone 13 series could get an f/1.8 aperture against f/2.4 aperture on iPhone 12.The iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max is likely to offer f/2.2 aperture and a 65mm focal length.
Design Tweaks in upcoming iPhone models
According to Weinbach, the iPhone 13 models will feature high refresh rate 120Hz ProMotion display technology. This technology has been previously use on Apple iPad Pro. However, design wise iPhone 13 will be similar to the previous generation iPhone 12. Besides features like AoD, Astrophotography, Apple is likely to make internal changes in upcoming iPhone 13, 13 Pro, 13 Pro Max models.
Also, the iPhone 13 series is likely to be 0.26mm thicker than the previous generation iPhone 12 model. The upcoming 2021 iPhone models are likely to feature slimmer bezel flat display, improve ultra-wide and telephoto lens. The next generation phones will come with latest iOS version and 5G support. The base model is likely to feature a 6.2-inch Retina display and house a smaller notch. Also Read – Is Apple working on its first Foldable iPhone?
Apart from iPhone 13 lineup, Apple could bring AirTags in March/April with all the software features. According to leaks, the Apple Watch Series 7 will not feature support for glucose monitoring.