As we get closer and closer to the release of the new iPhones this year, more and more leaks start to surface. The new phones are meant to be packed with new features and hardware and while some specs are certain there are still others that yet are unconfirmed like the display. 120Hz displays are becoming more and more popular and with the launch of the new iPhones nearing, many are asking if it will make it into production!
For those who don't know what 20Hz displays are, most modern smartphones run a refresh rate of 60Hz, meaning they refresh the image ou see on your screen 60x a second. The higher the refresh rate means the smoother and more natural-looking the screen is. The iPad Pro, Galaxy S20 series and many other devices offer 120Hz displays in their latest tech.
Over the recent months, rumours have suggested that Apple was struggling to get the 120Hz displays up to standard in this years iPhones and that it was most likely going to be left out until next year. That was until a couple of days ago when the famous Jon Prosser tweeted "Don't give up on 120Hz on 12 Pro yet...". Prosser followed up with the fact Apple was still testing the displays and isn't sure if they will make it into this year's phones. As of the 26th August Prosser tweeted a screenshot supposedly of some display settings running on a PVT 6.7" iPhone 12 Pro Max. The images also support the rumours of the LiDAR sensors coming to iPhones which Apple added to its 2020 iPad Pro line up.
Following Prosser, Everything Apple Pro and Max Winebach also tweeted pictures of a physical 'iPhone 12' showing the same setting in dark mode! And to top it off, Some web images of the specs of the 6.7" phone.
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