Apple seems to aim to increase the success it had with the iPhone 12 last year with the iPhone 13. Every day, new claims about the features that will come with the iPhone 13 family are added. However, a newly claimed future feature, Apple seems to divide its fans into two.
Allegedly iPhone 13, Always on Display(Always On Display) will come with a panel.So even when the lock is off, the clock and notifications will appear on the phone screen. According to the same claim, battery sizes will also be changed to meet the power consumed by this feature.
iPhone 13s will have an always-on display
Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman recently made an interesting claim about this year’s iPhones. In the past days, it has already been claimed that the battery capacity will increase. This is actually something iPhone users have wanted for a long time. Even the new battery capacity was not liked by some. Then, besides the battery capacity, Gurman claimed that the battery size will also change. This was due to a change to the interface of new devices.
Mark Gurman said the iPhone 13 will have an “always-on” indicator that stays on even when the screen is locked. Allegedly, Apple will base this feature on the interface of Apple Watches. On the new Apple Watches, this continuous indicator was available with different levels of brightness and refresh rate. Thus, users can see notifications and time whenever they wear the device. Same with 2021 iPhones. time, date, messages and other notifications can be checked.
This possible feature is, again, allegedly OLED LTPO will be provided with screens. The operation of the always-on indicator will not take a large share of the energy of the phone thanks to these screens. The always-on display, which works at a certain brightness, will not be a charging beast. However, there will be an increase in battery sizes both to meet this feature and not to turn down the demand that has been coming for years. Again, according to a previous claim, these screens, It will have ProMotion technology and a 120 Hz refresh rate.