iPhone 13 may support AOD screen display function with LTPO display

As usual, Apple will launch a new generation of iPhone 13 series models in September this year. Recently, some media broke the news that the iPhone 13 series will be equipped with A15 bionic chip, with smaller bangs, and may support the on-screen display (AOD) function inherited from Apple Watch.

   It is understood that the iPhone 13 may be equipped with an LTPO screen, which adjusts the refresh rate so that the screen can remain bright in a lower brightness environment without affecting battery life. At present, the latest flagship of the Apple Watch product line has adopted this type of screen, so the probability of adopting this screen in the new iPhone is also high.
   Through the AOD screen display, users can check the time, weather or notifications without lighting the screen, which will also enhance the daily experience for some users.

  According to the currently known revelations, the improvement of the iPhone 13 series is also very large. In terms of screen, the iPhone 13 series may support a variable refresh rate of up to 120Hz, and the image system on the back is larger, so there will be a better shooting experience. If you are going to buy a new iPhone, look forward to it.You can buy mobile phone batteries on oriccabattery.co.uk

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