Saturday, October 23, 2021

Apple iPhone 13 render shows in-display fingerprint reader

You may have seen in the previous reports, Apple is going to launch a new generation of upcoming iPhone devices. However, the name of the upcoming iPhone is not confirmed net. Netizens have been calling iPhone 13 and iPhone 12S for now.

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It is expected that Apple will launch three models iPhone 12S, iPhone 12S Pro, iPhone 12S Pro Max. The details of the iPhone 12S price and specifications are not confirmed yet. However, we have some information about the display and design of the iPhone 12S.

The latest render leaks have came off the iPhone 12S by the netizens not long ago.

iPhone 12S/13

If we look at the design of the iPhone 12S, the design on the front and backside of the iPhone 12S has not changed. The display has a notch on the top, and the rear matrix camera design still the same.

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It is worth noticing that the iPhone 12S has reduced the aread of the notch, and the screen has better visual effect. The iPhone 12S is also equipped with in-display fingerprint scanner for the first time in iPhone’s history.

According to Guo Mingchi from Mac Rumors, a staff member predicted that Apple is going to implement an in-display fingerprint scanner, a year ago. He also mentioned that Apple is testing fingerprints under the display since the epidemic.

Talking about the display of the iPhone, in inclusion to the in-display fingerprint scanner, the iPhone 12S is undergoing a major screen upgrade. The display of the iPhone 12S is equipped with the LTPO screen provided by Samsung.

LTPO technology can support a higher refresh rate and greatly reduce the screen power consumption. The iPhone 12S will also support a 120Hz high refresh rate of the display.

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According to the news, iPhone 12S is also expected to add frame rate synchronization technology to support intelligent adjustment of the screen refresh rate, which can realize automatic switching between 1-120Hz, thereby further reducing screen power consumption.

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