As we know that we have not seen the iPhone 12 family, upgrade to a high refresh screen, and the impact of the absence of 120HZ is that the visual fluency is not as good as the period. Although the 60HZ refresh rate on iOS is still very smooth, the gap in hardware is objective and the impact is far-reaching. For example, King of Glory already supports a 90HZ high frame, but iPhone 12 can’t experience it.
According to the latest news from foreign media, the main configuration of the iPhone 13 has been basically determined, bringing two major moves, and the fruit fans have finally waited for this day. First of all, the iPhone 13 series may be upgraded to an LTPO screen +120HZ refresh rate, which not only realizes the visual effect of high frame rate but also reduces the power consumption of the screen. iOS under 120HZ, it is hard to imagine how silky it will be.
LTPO can achieve an adaptive refresh rate, which can greatly reduce power consumption when it is below 60HZ, which is very useful when watching videos. At present, the frame rate of most video resources is less than 30 frames, which means that the iPhone 13 will save more power than the iPhone 12 in some scenarios. The problem is that iPhone 13 seems to be upgraded to 120HZ only for the high-end Pro series, while the standard version is still 60HZ.
Second, the face recognition module has been further improved. Apple introduced a new D-ToF technology to replace the original 3D face recognition module. According to the exposure, the size of the iPhone 13 is exactly the same as that of the iPhone 12. The difference is that the notch becomes smaller. Moreover, the hidden front camera is not used, this change is good news.
The bad news is that the interface of the iPhone 13 has not been upgraded to the Type-C interface, and the original Lightning interface is still being used. At present, the high-end iPad series are basically upgraded to the Type-C interface to ensure scalability, but the iPhone does not move at all. It seems that Apple does not intend to let go of this restriction.
In short, it seems that the standard version of the iPhone 13 is not upgraded much, and the Pro version will be greatly improved. There is no doubt that the next-generation iPhone 13 will also be upgraded to the X60 baseband, and the battery life will improve a little. If you want to do it in one step and don’t want to buy a 5G mobile phone full of regrets, it is recommended to skip the iPhone 12 and wait for the iPhone 13 to come out.