More and more insiders are reporting that the new iPhones will receive the Always-on Display feature. Mark Gourmet of Bloomberg confirmed this information, noting that the iPhone 13 will receive AOD as implemented in the Apple Watch. In addition, device screens will have a 120Hz refresh rate and reduced bangs.

Apple is expected to use LTPO panels like the Apple Watch and some Android smartphones. Thus, the refresh rate will be greatly reduced to minimize power consumption while still displaying information on the screen at all times.

In addition, Gourmet said that the announcement of the new MacBook Pro should take place between September and November. Mass production of laptops will start in the third quarter of this year. He also added that the new items should have been released earlier, but the difficulties associated with miniLED displays delayed production.

Sources: Engadget

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