The Apple iPhone 13 rumours keep pouring in.
We did mention that the new units will most likely have a 1TB model somewhere in there. This size could be retained for the top model, used across a few models or not used at all. We wait to see where that takes us.
For now, though, Ming-Chi Kuo, a top analyst on anything Apple, has come out with some new claims.
On the one side, it is said that Apple will make the notch smaller on this year’s edition of the iPhone. Apple is stubbornly not going to ditch the notch at all and users would have gotten used to that by now. In the spirit of fair play, though, they are finding new ways to trim the notch so that it is better looking and aesthetically appealing.
Besides the news on the smaller notch, Kuo also mentions the new screen panels that Apple is gunning for this year. Safe to say that there is a high chance we get 120Hz LTPO panels on the device for this year.
However, not all models will have such a top shelf screen. This is not surprising seeing as screen is one of the areas where Apple gets to shave costs so that other users can get in on the new phones at a lesser price range.
For now, the company itself is yet to confirm anything. Kuo has a solid track record when it comes to anything Apple, though, so we can trust him on this.