Better late than never.
A Bloomberg based on the sources of the GSM Arena writes: the iPhone 13with finally added to the knowledge list of apple mobiles is a feature that has been available on most android phones for many years: the always active display. Mark Gurman Apple said it simply didn’t introduce this option because it (rightly) feared faster discharging of its phones, but the iPhone 13 series could come with a more fuel-efficient LTPO AMOLED display, and that’s what could allow them to finally introduce the AOD solution with less battery sacrifice.
One or more members of the new family can also join the new decade in image refresh, increasing the display frequency to 120 Hz, which of course can again be at the expense of uptime. Of course, it is enough to display the elements of the always active display at a much lower image refresh rate. Gurman, of course, is looking forward to the new mobile collection with an Apple A15 Bionic chip, which may wear a smaller knuckle than before, but still doesn’t leave behind the rather oversized sensor peninsula. It’s not as if things like this can touch the apples at checkouts, Cupertino wants to launch the iPhone 13 series in the fall with a stockpile of no less than 90 million units, and will probably be interested in every single piece.