We’re nearing the launch of Apple’s next highly-anticipated smartphone. With less than 72 hours to spare until the debut of the next iPhone, a ton of leaks have surfaced on certain websites that reveal some interesting information regarding the next iPhone. From the display, to the camera, to the design and whole lot more. Let’s talk about the latest display and

Rumors have suggested that the next iPhone will feature a high screen-to-body ratio. While that looks quite true after we saw LG and Samsung hopping aboard onto the bezel-less bandwagon, Apple could finally be catching up with the trends that the Android market has been buzzing about for quite a while. The latest rumors confirmed the inclusion of a high-screen to body ratio, however, all they suggest is the resolution of the display that the next iPhone will run on. The next iPhone whether the Plus or normal variant would come with a “True Tone” 1125×2436 display. Alongside the weird resolution bump, rumors also suggest that Apple would actually implement their ProMotion technology into the next iPhone as well.

If you’re unfamiliar with Apple’s ProMotion technology, its a technology that Apple showed off on the most recent iPad launch where the display on the iPad refreshes at upto 120Hz, resulting in a super fluid experience, similar to what we find on high-refresh rate gaming monitors.

Regarding the most recent leaks about the camera on the next iPhone, the next iPhone will come with a few extra options in the camera menu to make your video shooting experience all that much smoother. The new iPhone will come with the following video shooting options:

  • 1080p HD at 240fps 480MB with 1080p HD at 240fps
  • 4K at 24fps (Footer) 270MB with 4K at 24fps (film style) (HEVC Footer) 135MB with 4K at 24fps (film style)
  • 4K at 60fps (Footer) 450MB with 4K at 60fps (higher resolution, smoother) (HEVC Footer) 400MB with 4K at 60fps (higher resolution, smoother)
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These are some excellent inclusions into the next iPhone. Coupling the high frame-rate recording of camera along with a high-refresh rate display would make video shooting more of a Jazz.

Regarding the front of the iPhone, rumors still suggest that the front of the next iPhone would be similar to what we’ve been seeing for quite a while now. If that’s where we want to stick to, its fine. And oh yeah, I hope that this iPhone is true.