There has been news before that Apple may add under-screen fingerprints to this year's iPhone 13, but now this is just wishful thinking.
According to the latest news from the upstream supply chain, Apple has basically completed the design of the iPhone 13, and the previously rumored fingerprints under the screen will not appear on the new phone.
According to the latest news, the iPhone 13 is just a minor facelift of the iPhone 12. If the fingerprint is added under the screen, it means that the new phone will have to be adjusted. Even if Apple has such an idea, it will basically be next year.
According to previous news, it has been basically determined that the iPhone 13 will usher in changes in appearance this year, and for the first time, it will add a high refresh screen. With the exquisite and delicate dynamic effects of iOS, it will bring a very silky operating experience.
It is worth noting that in addition to being equipped with a high refresh screen for the first time, there is also news that the iPhone 13 will become the first iPhone in Apple's history to cut prices.
It is reported that after Apple launched the iPhone1 in 2007, it will release new ones every year, and the price will continue to increase to a certain extent. The iPhone12 is also increased by 100 US dollars (about 600 yuan (USD $86) ) from the previous iPhone11 series, but it will be in September this year. Due to market pressure and rival strategies, the released iPhone 13 is expected to maintain its original price or even lower its price.
In addition, Tianfeng Securities Guo Mingchi also predicted that this year Apple may launch a 6.7-inch iPhone priced under US$900 (approximately RMB 5,800), setting the lowest price record for an iPhone of the same size.