Am I correct in seeing that UIView.animateWithDuration APIs aren't clocked at 120Hz on iPhone 13? On UIScrollView, system ones, and Metal by the looks of it, rest is still 60Hz? pic.twitter.com/t3MeM9cj0E
Today’s Power On: Thoughts on the iPhone 13 Pro Max, Apple’s camera app becoming the new iTunes (bloated), the latest devices from Microsoft, Amazon’s next Echos, and the EU looking to push Apple away from its confusing connector strategy years too late www.bloomberg.com/news/newsletters/2021-09-26/iphone-13-pro-max-impressions-2022-iphone-14-redesign-details-ku1j1q5t
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra vs Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max pic.twitter.com/F2gQidinxy
View with a Bridge: A set of photos made with the new iPhone 13 Pro camera system . It is as good as Apple says it is -- and it works really well for my foggy landscapes. 😂 buff.ly/3AJlpDX pic.twitter.com/bVfKo1Pq6z
Is there an Iphone 13?
iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPad mini, and. ... iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini feature the most advanced dual-camera system ever in iPhone and powerhouse A15 Bionic chip in a sleek and durable design. iPad mini features an all-screen design, the A15 Bionic chip, 5G, Center Stage, and more. Apple NewsroomiPhone 13 lineup, new iPad mini, and ninth-generation iPad arrive worldwide
How much will the Iphone 13 pro cost?
iPhone 13 price and deals As you move up to the Pro models, the iPhone 13 Pro starts at $999 and the iPhone 13 Pro Max costs $1,099. Note that there is a 1TB storage option for the first time on the Pro line. Tom's GuideiPhone 13 release date, price and every model reviewed
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Most notably, frequently accurate analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently claimed Apple would begin dropping the display notch entirely in 2022, starting with an iPhone 14 Pro that would use a hole-punch front camera like many Android phones. YouTuber Jon Prosser also claimed to have renders based on real-world photos of the new iPhone. The new model would supposedly resemble a supersized iPhone 4 with a band-like titanium outer ring, flush rear cameras and a thicker chassis.
Other rumors suggest Apple might drop a mini iPhone from the lineup, replacing it with a larger 'regular' model as well as the usual Pro offerings. There have been murmurs of under-display Touch ID, but it's not certain if this would be ready for 2022, if at all.
We'd take the reports with some caution. No matter how accurate the reports might be, the next iPhone is roughly a year away. There's still a chance Apple could make substantial changes before it locks in the design for production. Whatever the end result, the common theme of the leaks suggests the iPhone 14 could be an important revamp.
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The iPhone 13 is having an issue unlocking with Apple Watches
And now we’re learning that the iPhone 13 series isn’t working properly with ‘unlock with Apple Watch.’ And this is strange because it appears the iPhone 12 and older iPhones are not affected at this time.
As reported by The Verge, Apple has identified an issue where the “unlock with Apple Watch” feature might not work with the new iPhone 13 devices. This is according to a note on Apple’s own support page.
The page details that “you might see ‘Unable to Communicate with Apple Watch’ if you try to unlock your iPhone while wearing a face mask.” Or you might not be able to set up the feature at all.
Apple says that the iPhone 13's unlock with Apple Watch issue will be fixed in an upcoming software update, but no timetable has been given. For now, the company says “you can turn off Unlock with Apple Watch and use your passcode to unlock your iPhone 13.”
Our iPhone 13 review was largely positive, but we've pointed out that the lack of Touch ID is a flaw for the new iPhone. We wish that Apple would have added Touch ID support in the power button, as it has done in the iPad mini 6, or included an under-display Touch ID sensor.
As someone who is wearing a mask right now while traveling, having to punch in a passcode each and every time I want to unlock the iPhone 13 is annoying.
Here’s hoping a fix for this issue is released soon.
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