Max Weinbach, mobile leaker, in collaboration with EveryThingApplePro presents the very best iPhone 13 revelations so far.
120Hz always on-panel en route to this year's iPhone series
Weinbach is surprisingly specific, with a number of new features (all of which make sense, especially MagSafe which is a bit too weak at the time of writing) that are launched in the new iPhone models that either get an s behind them or which Apple rewards with 13.
Yes, we get to take the panel right away: this year's models are equipped with a 120Hz panel that is also always on, at least where the information is displayed, ie at the top of the panel, by the clock - always on elements will be the clock and the battery. There will not be many opportunities to do as you want here, perhaps not entirely surprising.
Have you noticed that MagSafe is not always powerful enough? Especially the Pro models, not to mention the 12 Pro Max weighs a lot, and often falls from magnetic mounts to, for example, the car. MagSafe in the 12s / 13 series will be more powerful, he reveals.
Another advantage of the new models is that the back provides more resistance. You've probably noticed how easily the Pro models sail out of the palm of your hand.
iPhone 12s / 13 is equipped with portrait video etc. thanks to Apple's A15 chip
When it comes to the camera, the new models get something a number of Android mobiles have had for a while, including Pixel, ie that you point the camera at the night sky and that you can in that way take nicer cars of stars and the moon when the mobile knows what it sees on.
One thing we must mention in relation to the middle title is that you will be able to change focus after shooting a video. Cool.
The ultra-wide-angle will be improved this year, and then we talk about all the new models in the series, not just the Pro. Among other things, they get much better when it's dark. Another advantage is that the 13 Pro gets as good a camera as the 13 Pro Max - this year the 12 Pro Max has a slightly larger sensor.
AirTag is expected in March or April
Apple should have already completed all the software needed to make the tracking chips work, ie iPhone customers with today's iOS 14.4 (possibly 14.5 which is in beta), only need to buy AirTags (Apple Tags?), And they will work nice.
An interesting thing is that it may, just maybe, be possible to charge Apple Tags on the back of the iPhone.
"Now the US approval body FCC reveals that the iPhone 12 models actually support 360 kHz charging that is aimed at accessories - you know, like AirPods and AirTags."
iPad and Apple Watch
A new iPad Pro is expected next week.
Unfortunately, Apple does not appear to be able to integrate glucose measurement into the Apple Watch Series 7. However, Apple also has plans to integrate mental health features, but this is not expected to happen until next year.