Apple launched its iPhone 12 line-up of phones towards the end of last year. The company launched as many as four new phones -- the iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max. But even as these phones still remain popular, reports have started to emerge about its successor, the iPhone 13 line-up. Reports say this series will be officially launched around September this year, with the iPhone 13 Pro from line-up tipped for some pretty exciting stuff.
In the latest report, the iPhone 13 Pro's screen details have been revealed. As per the latest information, the iPhone 13 Pro will come with a 120Hz refresh rate LTPO OLED display which will feature the same display size as the existing models. However, the report does add that the notch on top of the screen will be smaller. Apart from this, the display is also tipped to house an in-display fingerprint scanner. This will be found across iPhone 13 models and not just the Pro models. There is also said to be support for Wi-Fi 6E. However, a recent report claims that the prototype of the upcoming phones doesn’t include an in-display sensor.
There is also an interesting rumour about Apple launching a 1TB storage variant of the iPhone 13 Pro this year. This will be twice the storage capacity when compared to the highest capacity model in the current iPhone 12 line-up. If this does indeed happen, the company could also increase the storage capacity in the base model, which is currently at 128GB.
Apart from this, the iPhone 13 series is also set to get some impressive cameras, with the Pro models tipped to feature an upgraded Ultra Wide camera lens with a wider ƒ/1.8 aperture and autofocus, compared to ƒ/2.4 on iPhone 12 models. Although, the phones are expected to be heavier than the iPhone 12 series because of the use of a bigger battery.