Apple released iPhone 12 last year and now looking to announce the new flagship smartphone series of iPhone 13. A leaker Filip Koroy connected with Max Weinbach has indicated that the upcoming iPhone 13 will have some key upgrades. Weinbach informed Koroy that Apple will refine the matte back on the iPhone 13 Pro model with a more griped textured back. It will be slightly more comfortable to hold and taking cues from Google’s Pixel smartphone, which already has a similar design feature. Weinbach pointed out that the chassis of the iPhone 13 will not be changing, so overall the same look at the iPhone 12 lineup. Another upgrade iPhone users can look forward to is one they have been screaming for years.
However, the next iPhone 13 Pro will feature 120Hz ProMotion displays. It will utilize LPTO OLED technology, the same tech Samsung Galaxy S21 smartphones are sporting that has been a hit with users of the Korean tech giant’s latest flagship smartphone. Also coming is an always-on display that will have minimal customizability. It is still unclear if regular iPhone 13 models will have the always-on display feature. The camera system is the most important feature, will also be upgraded. Koroy reports that the iPhone 13 will feature an automatic astrophotography mode when users point their iPhone 13 models to the sky. The ultra-wide camera lens will also see s significant boost in performance thanks to a new sensor and lens and will be given the royal treatment across the entire lineup.
The major upgrade that will surely be a hit among iPhone 13 Pro users is the portrait video. Apple has been working on the feature and it is now a reality thanks to the power A15 chip. Users will now be able to adjust the depth of field while recording. Weinbach announced that Apple is looking to upgrade MagSafe stating the magnets will be getting stronger. This will address iPhone 12 users’ complaints that the magnets were not strong enough to secure things like wallets. It is noteworthy that Forbes recently reported the MagSafe magnets could deactivate pacemakers and defibrillators when held close to the chest. These latest leaks follow the news of Apple working on a foldable iPhone smartphone.