iPhone 13 to come with Always-On Display feature

A number of Android phone users had a feature for the latest iPhone 13 for years an always-on display feature.

Apple is planning to be launching the iPhone 13 series during the latter half of 2021 and the present study reveals that this will come with an 'Always-on display.' Icons including battery and clock will still be shown on iPhone 13, even when the screen is closed.

The leak also notes that now the 'Always-On' feature uses the same technologies as in Apple Watch 5 and 6 models. The article by Max Weinbach outlines a host of new features, both major and small, that the future phone would have. Wow, headlines from the 13 edition are still early, but we look at the details with great interest.


Pro models are only available provided that Apple does not always offer the cheaper Apple Watch SE monitor. The Pro models are available.

An automated astrophotography feature has also been listed in the study. The Astrophotographic functionality helps users to record the night sky by pointing out and holding their telephone, either by changing them or positioning them on the truck of an object nearby.

It is also stated that the 13th edition will update ultra-large cameras. It is planned for arrival in September this year in four sizes, identical to the iPhone 12.


A new display interface with OLED panels to be introduced to the 2021 line of Apple phones. For those that do not know, OLED's key advantage over LCD is that these panels must not display dark. In reality, only certain portions of the screen can be switched off.

Normally, this phone is not going to be configured too much. This article remains unconfirmed, so stay tuned for more updates.

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