Most comprehensive major upgrade points for iPhone 13 series


Apple's iPhone 13 series will be available in the middle of next month. Apple's iPhone 13 series not only does not cost more, the configuration aspect also has a more obvious upgrade, especially in the photo and other traditional shortcomings have great progress.

Let's check out the major iPhone 13 upgrades:

1. 120Hz high refresh rate LTPO screen

According to a prominent Apple source, Mark. According to Gurman, the screen will be the focus of the iPhone 13 upgrade.

Specifically, the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will both have 120Hz OLED screens and support LPTO technology.

LPTO is a low-temperature polysilicon thin film transistor, which can achieve adaptive refresh rate adjustment.

For example, when playing high framerate games, the refresh rate will be automatically adjusted to 120Hz to improve the detail and smoothness of dynamic graphics. When browsing a static screen or reading an e-book, the refresh rate will be automatically adjusted to 0-60Hz, reducing the power consumption of the screen and increasing the battery life of the phone.


2. Larger camera modules

The iPhone 13 Pro series has been revealed to have a 6P ultra-wide Angle lens and auto-focus, as well as a very large lens sensor to further enhance the sensitive area.

According to third-party accessory manufacturers, the rear lens module area of the iPhone 13 Pro Max is significantly increased compared to the previous generation, which means that the iPhone 13 Pro Max has a lot of money to spend on camera hardware.

Unfortunately, the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini didn't get much of a boost in camera hardware as Apple tries to keep costs down.

According to Mark Gurman's report, while the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini lack a number of major hardware upgrades, there will be new camera features tailored for professional users, including ProRes for video and Portrait mode for video.

The video portrait mode allows users to capture Vlog videos with clear focus while blurring the background to highlight the person.

ProRes video is similar to ProRaw photos, allowing users to record video in a higher quality format and offering more editing options.


3. The A15 Bionic processor improves performance by 20%

In terms of performance, the previous generation of the A14 Bionic processor has actually far outperformed its competitors, and the A15 Bionic processor in the iPhone 13 series will continue to open up the gap with the Android camp.

The A15 will use TSMC's second-generation 5nm process technology, improving performance by nearly 20% compared to the previous generation, with a 30% increase in energy efficiency ratio and significantly lower power consumption.