A new report from (Jon Prosser) says the iPhone 13 will get a 120Hz screen refresh rate, at the lowest of the Pro models rumored to be released next year.
According to John ProsserIPhone 13 will already get 120Hz display technology, according to previous rumors. However, Prosser warned viewers not to take iPhone 13 rumors that will release over the next two months very seriously, given that the prototypes have not yet started.
And (Jon Prosser) pointed out that regardless of the recent rumors that seem to confirm the advent of 120 Hz to the iPhone 13, the iPhone 12 was very close to getting the 120 Hz display technology, so it seemed as if he did not need to think that next year the iPhone will include the technology. Back in October, Prosser had apparently confirmed prior to the iPhone 12 announcement that 120Hz wasn’t enough, but he definitely mentioned 120Hz coming next year.
Prosser also noted the confusion regarding AirTags from CamelAnd specifically where it suggested support for AirTags with iOS 14.3, that is likely to mean a release at the November event alongside Apple’s first silicon Macs. Obviously, that hasn’t paid off, and Prosser said support in iOS 14.3 could indicate that AirTags are coming in a press release later this month, but it likely won’t be released this year.
He also mentioned that the AirPods Studio rumored to be from Apple was still lagging behind due to quality control issues. In terms of design, Prosser is behind the concept it launched a few weeks ago, and said he would be very surprised if it were released this year.
Recent reports indicate that Apple vendors are preparing to integrate LTPO technology into the iPhone 13 that would enable 120Hz display technology, in addition to variable refresh rates and possibly an always-on display.
It is worth noting that Mac users face unexpected problems that include applications that take minutes to run, lag, and unresponsiveness throughout the macOS system, among other problems. It seems that the problems started around the time when Apple started launching the new version of the Mac OS system, which is macOS Big Sur, but the system affected users of other versions of Mac OS, such as: Catalina and Mojave.