The iPhone 13 Pro Max will offer a 120 Hz display and a battery big enough to match
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It's June already, which means that Apple's next set of smartphones isn't so far off anymore. The company can be expected to release the iPhone 13 series right around September, and details of the devices have slowly been revealed over the past few months. The latest leak throws some light on the top-of-the-line iPhone 13 Pro Max.
According to popular leakster Ice Universe, the iPhone 13 Pro Max will feature a 120 Hz display. Much was said about the iPhone 12 Pro models having a 120 Hz display but it all ultimately came to nothing. As expected, Apple will finally implement that technology this time out, likely after having perfected it. The displays will, of course, be equipped with LTPO technology.
In addition to that, Apple will supposedly equip the iPhone 13 Pro Max with a 4352 mAh battery. That's a sizeable increase from the 3687mAh unit on the iPhone 12 Pro Max. It comes as no surprise, of course, as higher refresh rates require more power. With about a 20% increase in battery capacity such as this, the iPhone 13 Pro Max can be expected to deliver similar real-world battery performance to the iPhone 12 Pro Max—a phone already hailed for excellent battery life.
iPhone 13 Pro Max 4352mAh— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) June 4, 2021
It will definitely use 120Hz, but if you use it at 60Hz, its battery life will be like a beast