Rumors have raised the excitement in the wind speaking about the 2021 iPhone. According to AppleInsider, the famous Leakers MaxWeinbach and EverythingApplePro have shared the leaks of the next-generation iPhone, as well as the phrase “always-on display.” The 120 Hz, battery-efficient LTPO (Low-Temperature Polysilicon Oxide) display at 120 Hz mimics your locking display and the “always-on display” without input, very similar to what you see on some Android phones. The battery and clock are the only things you will see at all times, but the “bars and icons” represent notifications. New notifications will appear, but only for a moment.
You may also see a stronger MagSafe magnet. When you take your iPhone out of your pocket, the pocket insert should not come out. This system does not suffer the effects of the legendary portable iPhone, but it certainly makes this type of device a bigger deal.
The design may not change much over the next 12 months, says Weinbach, except that the handle is professionally matte again. A few rumors about the iPhone, which uses a smaller, more invasive cutout for facial recognition and a digital camera at the input, with a fingerprint reader on the screen.
We will take these rumors with a grain of salt. Even if Weinbach is right, Apple can reduce or change the options to start earlier than manufacturing. The company has abandoned the 120 Hz screen with the iPhone 12 family, citing battery life in particular. LTPO is essential to create a viable display on Apple’s latest watch at all times, which is why they like the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, which has been in the units for some time. The apple can compensate for the option of always being on without sacrificing a large part of its life (if any).