The iPhone 12 series arrived only a few months back, and we've already started hearing rumours about the upcoming 2021 iPhone 13 line-up. According to tipster Max Weinbach and YouTuber EverythingApplePro, Apple is gearing up to bring Always-On feature in some of its 2021 iPhones.
The 'iPhone 13', or whatever Apple ends up calling it, will use Samsung's 120Hz LTPO (low-temperature polycrystalline oxide) display, allowing the company to enable the Always-On display feature, which has been a part of the Android UI for quite some time now.
This also means that the new iPhone will feature 120Hz refresh rate displays, a feature that has been long due in the iPhone. The new leak also suggests that the 2021 iPhones will come with stronger MagSafe magnets, suggesting that Apple might get rid of the Lightning port. This, however, could only be limited to the Pro models.
Also, the new iPhone's camera is likely to feature an automatic Astro-photography mode, which, as its name suggests, will automatically turn on if it detects stars or other objects in the sky in the viewfinder. The 2021 iPhone is expected to arrive in September this year.