On Friday we publish here the information that all models of the iPhones 14 would be released with 120 Hz technology ProMotion. However, the analyst Ross Young contradicted your colleague Jeff Pu. Young said on Twitter that “maybe in 2023”, in the series iPhone 15, a apple enlarge the display for all versions.
Standard iPhone 14 and Max without 120 Hz display because of manufacturer
Second Young, CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants (a market analysis company in the displays), a BOE, one of the screen manufacturers of iPhones, does not have enough capacity to produce LTPO for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max (new version coming this year). Learn more about LTPO clicking here.
Thus, the “basic” models will not be launched with the technology ProMotion, which increases the screen refresh rate as per usage. Are playing? It increases to 120 Hz. Stopped to read an email? It reduces, saving the battery.
New on iPhone 14: without mini, with Max
Even before Apple launched the iPhone 13, there were rumors about its iPhone 14. Apple will abandon the iPhone mini to make way for the iPhone 14 Max. This new model, with a 6.7-inch screen, was created for the manufacturer to occupy a market share dominated by rival Samsung. It will be between the base iPhone 14 and the Pro. In the information about the 14 Max released by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, there was already talk of a price of approximately US$ 900 dollars for this model. The Pro and Pro Max lines of the iPhone 14 will get a camera upgrade, jumping from 12 MP to 48 MP.
The iPhones 14 will also be Apple’s first without a SIM card slot. From now on, only iPhones with eSIM. Apple will also sell models with an option of up to 2TB of storage. The new iPhone 14 line is expected to have an OLED display and a “punch hole + pill” front camera, in which the camera will be located in a pill-shaped hole in the screen and the FaceID in the punch hole, abandoning the notch for good. . This technology was already speculated for the iPhone 13 series.
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Source: Apple Insider