The standard models of iPhone 14 probably do not support the promotion feature
With the beginning of the new year, the focus of attention is on the next generation of Apple smartphones, and so far there is a lot of unofficial information about the iPhone 14 has been released, which can provide a good view of the hardware specifications and design of this phone. Not long ago, a report was published that showed that LG has managed to produce LTPO displays in line with Apple’s quality level, and apparently the Cupertinos can equip all iPhone 14 models with displays capable of supporting a 120 Hz refresh rate.
In general, to implement a 120Hz refresh rate on the iPhone, Apple needs to use LTPO display technology. The use of thin film transistors known as LTPO leads to the production of more efficient displays and allows the smartphone to change the refresh rate of the image theoretically from 1 to 120 Hz in a variable manner according to the need and increase energy efficiency. All in all, this technology can provide 120Hz refresh rate for smoother and more scrolling, smooth animations and improved response to commands without reducing charging.
But the disappointing news is that LG and BOE apparently have enough capacity. They don’t have such screens to produce, and probably the standard iPhone 14 model will also be without this feature. Ross Young, an analyst of the display industry, says in his latest tweet that Apple did not intend to use such a display in the beginning. It will add standard models of the next generation of iPhone phones and apparently, this change can be postponed until next year.
- Apple will probably increase the price of iPhone 14 Pro models by $100
Relying on previous reports, it seems that Apple plans to change the front of iPhone 14 Pro models after five years. It is said that the rough notch will eventually be removed and the Face ID array will be moved under the display. Apparently, the selfie camera will be embedded in a small hole like a conventional Android smartphone. In addition, LG and Samsung are expected to be the main manufacturers of advanced displays for the iPhone 14 Pro.
Samsung, the main supplier of Apple’s OLED panels, seems to be making all the hole-punch panels for the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro. will be in charge; While LG will produce the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max display for the first time, and apparently, the display of the standard models will be jointly provided by LG and BOE.