iPhone14 this phone is Apple’s upcoming new machine, the current relevant appearance screen and parameter configuration have been exposed, so this iPhone 14 supports a 120Hz display? What upgrades are there? Today we will specifically evaluate this iPhone14, interested partners come to see it together.
1. Whether it supports 120Hz
Not supported. But before the iPhone 13 Pro, Apple kept its iPhone at 60Hz, while Samsung, OnePlus, Xiaomi, and others used 90Hz or faster screens. Despite our high hopes, the standard iPhone 14 won’t get a 120Hz display. Overall, the iPhone 13 Pro feels great and responsive, rather than rushing like some phones. Browsing through apps, switching between Safari tabs, and swiping through the weather app feel like my finger is interacting with actual software instead of tapping on a glass screen.
2. Screen configuration
I’ve always wondered why it took Apple so long to embrace high-refresh screens, but it seems like Apple is waiting until LTPO panels are widely used, so adaptive displays (which can scale from 120H to 10Hz or 1Hz) can be added to the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max models.
Display analysts recently said apple display supplier BOE doesn’t have enough LTPO capacity to ship any LTPO panels, and it’s said to be being applied to Apple panels for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max.
It’s almost certain that the iPhone 14 will get a more powerful A16 chip, but the extra performance will be almost wasted, and the current A15 is already capable of running games and applications at 60Hz or 60 frames per second.
I’m not against it, but I’d be disappointed if Apple only kept a 120Hz screen for the Pro model, coupled with rumours that the iPhone 14 might not have an off-screen fingerprint sensor, and the phone doesn’t have anything to look forward to for me, which is a bit ironic, as I’m back on the iPhone after seven years of being an Android user.