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120 Hz Screen, Apple A15 CPU

120 Hz Screen, Apple A15 CPU
Written by Justin Phil

A new day, a new concept of iPhone 13, or should I say iPhone 13 Pro. It comes from the YouTube channel The Hacker 34, who made a video detailing the smartphone. There aren’t many surprises, as all the specs are updates from the previous generation. Well, let’s see.

The iPhone 13 Pro retains the flat edges of the iPhone 12 and also benefits from a 6.1 or 6.7-inch Super Retina XDR display with ProMotion technology and finally achieves 120 Hz. Other competitors have had high frame rates for years, ever since game phones existed. The resolution is 2688 x 1242 pixels, and the notch at the top allows you to view another year in a certain way. It may be smaller this time. The rear camera is a triple cam with an integrated LiDAR sensor.

What an attitude!

  • 12 MP wide, F/1.5, OIS with sensor shift, 1.7 micron pixels
  • 12 MP ultra-wide, auto focus, 12 mm
  • Telephoto 12 MP, 65 mm, 7-element lens

The biggest change is that there is both identification by face and identification by touch. And the lower gate is also gone. The top recess contains an ambient light sensor, speaker, front camera, projector, infrared camera and spotlight. Inside is an Apple A15 processor with 15 billion transistors and a 50% faster neural engine. PowerDrop is also a new feature, detailed in the video below, and storage capacity increases to 1TB. Are there any changes in real life? I would say… No!

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