The 120Hz displays of the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will be exclusively supplied by Samsung, one of the leaders in screen research and development.
It is reported that this batch of 120Hz displays uses rollable flexible PCBs, which are low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) thin-film transistor (TFT) OLED panels.
Better display and power saving will allow these two models to have the best display in the history of the iPhone series.
It was previously reported that LG and BOE are also expected to become the screen suppliers of the iPhone 13 series, but due to some reasons, Apple has chosen the more expensive Samsung screen.
After all, Samsung is top-notch in technology, yield and productivity in the display field.
Although the news has not been mentioned in other aspects, the iPhone 13 series will definitely be higher than the iPhone 12 series, and the network may use the Qualcomm X60 5G baseband.
Considering its release time, it is possible that a 5nm A15 processor will be used.
In other aspects, the most intuitive ones are smaller bangs, larger lens modules, and more and better lenses.