We were expecting iPhone 14 It comes with a 120Hz display and upgrades from its predecessor, 60Hz, to make the screen equal. iPhone 13 ProHowever, according to recent rumors, it doesn’t look likely. However, half-baked home upgrades may still be on the card.
Because it ’s a leaker. Shadow_leak The standard iPhone 14 and the rumored new iPhone 14 Max claim to offer a new 90Hz refresh rate display.
90Hz screens aren’t as common as they used to be, as 120Hz displays have become easier to achieve. Google Pixel 6 A well-known phone that uses one. However, 90Hz is a wise compromise given that 60Hz displays are rapidly becoming obsolete, as Apple needs to distinguish the 120Hz Pro model from the base model.
iPhone 14 Specifications • 6.06 “Flexible OLED Screen • (2532 x 1170) Resolution and 460 PPI • 60Hz / 90Hz Refresh Rate • A16 Bionic (4nm TSMC) • 4GB / 6GB RAM • Face ID • Dual Rear Camera • Notch ✅February 21, 2022
The bad news is that if this rumor is true, it’s not enough to beat Samsung’s newly released ones. Galaxy S22 When Galaxy S22 Plus, At least when it comes to screen technology. They sell for about the same price as the iPhone, but offer a full fat 120Hz refresh rate.
The second rumor comes from a Korean outlet ElekBOE, one of the makers of iPhone displays, reports that it is not keeping up with demand due to the ongoing global shortage of chips. However, the report hides a reference to the BOE, which will continue to provide LTP SOLED displays for the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 in late 2022.
The LTPS part is what we are focusing on here. LTPS is one of two common types of OLED displays, the other is LTPO.. LTPO panels can provide higher refresh rates than LTPS panels, but what they really do is make these refresh rates adaptable.
Always outputting the display at 120Hz drains the cell phone’s battery quickly, so the adaptive refresh rate reduces that frequency when you don’t need it, for example when you’re looking at a stationary object or a photo. LTPO displays can do this job better than LTPS, dropping to 1Hz. In contrast, as seen on the Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus, the highest minimum refresh rate found on adaptive LTPS displays is around 48Hz.
If that’s true, as The Elec says, Apple has the iPhone 14 display technology. iPhone 13, This can be interpreted to indicate that the 90Hz iPhone display may not have the same adaptability as the 120Hz siblings. It can also mean that the refresh rate will not be upgraded at all. In fact, Shadow_leaks itself suggests that non-Pro iPhones may still have a refresh rate of only 60Hz, or that the iPhone 14 may only offer 60Hz and 90Hz presets, depending on how you read the tweet. ..
However, as with the base iPhone 14, we’re planning to get the new 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max this year, so far. iPhone 13 mini.. Apple may offer a higher or more adaptive refresh rate on that phone as a bonus to move to Max, but it could match a standard phone 14 as well.
In short, there are still some questions about the possible display technologies in the iPhone 14 range, at least for the base model.
What we know about the rumored new phone is that they won’t be with us right away. This year it will arrive in September or October. But while they may not be the way to go, the details of these displays are not the first to hear about new devices.For example, other rumors have given Apple a Face ID notch. Finally, replace the punch holes on the display Was teased Possible 48MP main camera for Pro models..