iPhone 13: The displays will not be produced only by Samsung

iPhone 13: The displays will not be produced only by Samsung

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iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Max will be announced in the last quarter of 2021 and, as always, they will have many things in common. One of the most important is the OLED display supplied and manufactured by Samsung.

Apple has asked the South Korean company to produce OLED LTPO panels with 120 Hz refresh rate, the same used by Galaxy Note 20 in forward. Even all the current Galaxy S21 use them.

This type of panels is able to adapt, according to the context of use, its refresh rate. The software understands if in a given screen / application it is necessary to have fluidity or almost “static”. In this way the battery life will benefit significantly.

Well, the news is that production has already started. This stands, for the first supply, of 80 million units with Apple who wants to move forward in such a way as to resume the normal programming of the presentation of all 4 models in September.

When you set up the launch of a new iPhone, the numbers are very high. This year we will have 4 again and this means that the productions have to start months earlier. Samsung will be the main supplier but will be accompanied by LG which has been hired to produce another 30 million.

The SoC of the iPhone 13 has also gone into production, with the A15 Bionic which will raise the performance bar again. including the possibility of using higher resolution photographic sensors.

Finally, we remind you that many reports claim that iPhone 13 can return to using the Touch ID, now abandoned by the iPhone X. Apple intends to use it together with the Face ID and used together will guarantee an even more complete and accurate biometric recognition system.

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Apple’s Massive iPhone 13 Upgrade Suddenly Revealed

Apple’s iPhone 13 production is ahead of schedule with the range set to launch several months earlier than its predecessor. And now we know that Apple’s biggest iPhone 13 upgrade is going to be even better than we expected. 

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In a new exclusive, DigiTimes reports that Apple will not only fit massive new rear camera modules into every one of its iPhone 13 models, it is also going to equip them all with Voice Coil Motors (VCM), part of what Apple calls “game changing” technology which was previously reserved for its flagship iPhone 12 Pro Max. 

“All new iPhones will feature [the VCM] function,” explains DigiTimes’ sources, “adding that the makers have been told to raise capacity by 30-40% to meet strong demand for iPhones.” But why should you be excited? VCMs are behind what Apple calls ‘sensor-shift’ optical image stabilization (OIS) in the iPhone 12 Pro Max. 

“Until now, sensor‑shift stabilisation was only on DSLR cameras,” explains Apple. “This is the first time it’s been adapted for iPhone. Whether you’re shooting video of your kids as you chase them round the park or holding your iPhone out the window on a bumpy road, you’ll get more precise stabilization than ever.” 

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How precise? Apple states that sensor-shift OIS can react 5000 times per second, that’s 5x faster than the OIS systems seen in the other iPhone 12 models. And the benefits are not only limited to stabilization, eliminating movement from shots improves low light photography and reduces noise. “It’s a game changer,” claims Apple. 

You can see the iPhone 12 Pro Max’s sensor-shift hardware broken down (quite literally) by popular YouTuber JerryRigEverything in the video below: 

Interestingly, for all Apple’s marketing, the benefits of sensor-shift on the iPhone 12 Pro Max (while visible in tests), were not as dramatic as expected compared to other iPhone 12 models. That said, Apple’s decision to supersize all the cameras across the iPhone 13 range makes it look like sensor-shift in the iPhone 12 Pro Max was more of a deployment test before its potential is fully realized by its successors. 

Moreover, sensor-shift looks like just the cherry on top of some serious iPhone upgrades this year. Previous iPhone 13 leaks have revealed that, alongside their massive new cameras, Apple will add next-gen 5G modems, ’disruptive’ WiFi, MagSafe upgrades, enlarged beamforming mics, increased power efficiency (expect a battery life bump), 120Hz ProMotion displays (limited to Pro Models only) and - at long last - a smaller notch. 

The combination of all these upgrades (plus a potentially surprising pink color option) with a much earlier release date strongly suggests Apple has another runaway hit on its hands.  


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