Experienced display analyst Ross Young has today shared a range of information from Mizuho Securities about the “iPhone 13,” rumored to succeed the upcoming iPhone 12 lineup, and the third-generation iPhone SE.
The projected iPhone 13 lineup looks very similar to the expected iPhone 12 lineup, encompassing one 6.7-inch “Pro Max” model, one 6.1-inch “Pro” model, one 6.1-inch non-Pro model, and one 5.4-inch “mini” model. It follows therefore that the devices will not see significant changes to design or form-factor.
All iPhone 13 models are speculated to have integrated touch technology, and Chinese firm BOE Technology will join LG Display in producing displays for the 6.1-inch iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro. Samsung is believed to supply Apple with Y-Octa technology for all iPhone 13 displays.
Young says that the “most important development” on the iPhone 13 Pro models will be the adoption of 120Hz-capable ProMotion displays with variable refresh