So the Apple iPhone 13 Pro in all its glory: the first high-quality image and details from a reliable insider. The smartphone will receive a new matte black color, which will be different from the graphite color of the iPhone 12 Pro.
Also, 120Hz rush to iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max: Samsung will start production of new LTPO panels for Apple very soon. LG and BOE to produce panels for iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini.
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Samsung is preparing to produce LTPO OLED panels for the iPhone 13, according to The Elec, citing UBI Research. Samsung Display is currently in the process of upgrading its LTPS OLED panel line to produce new panels.
The editor of the well-known resource XDA Developer Max Weinbach on his Twitter page shared a very high-quality image of the iPhone 13 Pro smartphone.
In addition, it is referenced by the Chinese resource Mydrivers, which published details about the smartphone. First, the smartphone will receive a new matte black color, which will be different from the graphite color of the iPhone 12 Pro.
Secondly, it is reported that Apple has used a new coating for the metal frame around the perimeter of the smartphone, which prevents fingerprints, grease stains, and so on. Hopefully, the paint from this frame won’t lag as easily as on the iPhone 12 smartphones.
Thirdly, the source reports that all cameras of the iPhone 13 Pro will protrude above the surface of the rear panel, however, they will be covered with common protective glass, that is, you can literally wipe the camera with one movement.
Max Weinbach also claims that the iPhone 13 Pro will receive an LTPO screen with support for adaptive refresh rates from 1 Hz to 120 Hz.
This means that the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini will most likely continue to support 60Hz refresh rates, while older models will receive a dynamic refresh rate of up to 120Hz.
Samsung will be the exclusive supplier of the LTPO panels, which will begin production before the end of the first half of the year. LG and BOE are expected to produce panels for the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini.
The presentation of the iPhone 13 line of smartphones is expected in September this year. According to one version, this line of smartphones will be called the iPhone 12s.