Apple iPhone 13 may be the first iPhone that is full-screen, may not come with FaceID

There were reports that Apple is on its way to make the iPhone 13. Ever since the launch of the iPhone 12 family, the rumor community has been spurring up for what the iPhone 13 may look like.

Recently, there are reports saying that Apple will drop the FaceID feature, which has been in use since the iPhone X. One reason for this is that the current pandemic may be hindering Apple from improving the technology. However there are also reports claiming that Apple may use both FaceID and TouchID, none of which are confirmed yet.

The latest rumors however, is that Apple will drop the notch for the first time, as other companies did 2 or 3 years ago. Making the iPhone 13 the first iPhone that innovated the all-screen, no-notch display. Truly revolutionary. One unusual thing about the render is that the front camera is nowhere to be seen. It has not been confirmed yet where Apple may place the front cam.

The iPhone 13 may feature an in-display fingerprint scanner, powered by Qualcomm’s ultrathin recognition sensor, which first debuted in CES2021. Another report said that the iPhone 13’s screen may be supplied by Samsung and that the refresh rate will double from 60hz to 120hz