Apple decided not to add a high-frequency display to the iPhone 12 this year, but it looks like this will change next year.
What is known
According to a source from the Korean edition of The Elec, only the older iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will be able to boast 120Hz screens. By the way, an insider announced this back in October. Ross Young. The devices are credited with the LTPO OLED matrix with low power consumption. Samsung and LG will supply such panels. In addition, several orders will also be awarded by BOE.
NThe devices, according to the source, will still be able to boast of the Always-On Display function, which will display time and notifications on the screen.
Recall iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, like the current models, will have screens at 6.1 and 6.67 inches. The devices are also credited with a new proprietary processor, multiple cameras with a LiDAR sensor and, of course, support for the fifth generation network.
When to expect
Unlike this year, there shouldn’t be a delay in the release of the iPhone 13 next year. That is, all models will be presented in September.
Source: The Elec