Add another important voice to the chorus of those who claim the next iPhone could have always on the screen. As 9to5Mac notes,, BloombergMark Gurman used his weekly “Power On” newsletter to say the iPhone 2021 will potentially have “Apple Watch– like the “always on screen” with better battery life with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, a smaller comma on the screen, an A15 chip and a video upgrade.
Gourmet did not point out the screen functionality that is always displayed. However, a past leak from Max Weinbach suggested that Apple would use LTPO (low temperature polycrystalline oxide) which, like the Apple Watch and several Android phones, could go down to extremely low refresh rates to provide lasting information without a big hit . to battery life. You may see some notifications, battery life and clock without having to wake up the phone.
The writer also used his bulletins to narrow the long-talked-about time frame Redesign of MacBook Pro. It now expects Apple to begin mass production mini LED-equipped laptops in the third quarter of 2021 (also called this summer) with a launch between September and November. It’s still a bit vague, but it suggests you won’t have to wait until next year (or watch out for a surprise in an early announcement).
The new MacBook Pros are rumored to have a ‘flat’ design new iMac (minus color), while using a more powerful Apple M1 chip that can support up to 64 GB of RAM and more ports. Mini LEDs can deliver a screen that offers high contrast and brightness ratios while retaining battery life.
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