This Year’s iPhones Could Feature AOD And In-Display Fingerprint Sensor
According to leaks, Apple will be bringing in several features for the upcoming iPhone 13 series (or possibly iPhone 12S series), which Android smartphones have been packing for quite some time now.
iPhone 13 features leaked?
The leak comes from Max Weinbach, where he suggests that this year’s iPhone will be introducing features such as always-on-displays, in-display fingerprint sensors, as well as a fast 120Hz refresh rate.
As you might know, Apple introduced Face ID with the iPhone X back in 2017, but considering wearing face masks due to the pandemic might pose a problem for the security system, it does make sense for Apple to head into in-display sensors.
With the AOD however, it appears that they will have one that’s simple where he claims it “basically looks like a toned-down lock screen”.
Though recent iPads have been introduced with fast refresh rate displays, the company’s iPhone 12 series only came with 60Hz refresh rate. So getting a 120Hz one will seem like an upgrade for the company.
At the meantime, take the news with a pinch of salt as they are not yet official. We should hear more details soon. Till then, stay tuned to Pokde.net for the latest tech and gaming news plus reviews.
Pokdepinion: If they indeed do come with the features mentioned, I for one can’t wait to see their presentation on the latest iPhones and see whether they will use the word “innovation” or something along the lines.. Well you probably know why.