Several sources have announced that the next generation of the iPhone, which learned about almost all its details yesterday, will come with ProMotion support. Thanks to this technology, the iPhone could reach refresh rates up to 120Hz. Now some reports are contradicting this information and delaying the arrival of this year's iPhones technology.
1 to 120 at Hz
In short, before we go to a meeting, we have to be clear about the concept: screen refresh rate. That is, how many times a screen re-creates content, or, in other words, how many seconds the screen re-creates the content, i.e. its frequency. We measure this frequency in Hz, the unit that shows the frequency per second. 1Hz is the change in the screen every second. The higher the refresh rate, the greater the intensity of motion on the screen.
After the arrival of ProMotion on the iPad Pro, it is a cutting-edge technology different parts of the screen show different amounts of kissing With better efficiency and more efficient use of the battery, we first heard rumors of its arrival on the iPhone. July 2019 Ice Universe, a well-known filler, announced that Apple is considering introducing ProMotion on the iPhone, sometime later, in October, DiGiTimes he came to add the same details.
Now, well-known YouTuber Jon Prosser, even though he continues to confirm that the new iPhone 12 Pro will bring support from ProMotion, thinks the deal may come factory is disabled when power consumption is too high.
Other sources say that Apple will be bringing LTPO OLED panels from Apple Watch Series 5 to iPhone in 2021. These types of panels allow you to change the refresh rate of the screen between 1Hz and 120Hz. The advent of this technology in 2021 could mean a the delay in the arrival of ProMotion on iPhones
The good news?
It is clear that many of us are hoping that the new iPhone 12, which we already know a lot about, will support ProMotion. In fact, it is one of the most anticipated astronomical novels in close association with 5G networks and the LiDAR camera. But, on the other hand, Apple's intention to install a LTPO screen for the future opens up some interesting possibilities: the screen is always on.
The Apple Watch Series 5 provides a screen and so on, always on, right on these LTPO panels. Due to the large variation in the refresh rate battery consumption can be reduced sufficiently so that we can always leave the screen.
Apple describes the LTPO screen of the Apple Watch as follows:
The low-polysilicon-oxide display shows the allowed pixel reconstruction and allows the screen refresh rate to drop from 60Hz to 1Hz for power when the clock is inactive. New low-power controller, efficient power management and a new light sensor work together so that the display stays up to 18 hours of battery life.
When we combine this capacity with ProMotion technology, which allows adjusting the screen refresh rate on different parts of the screen, we get a very large amount of use. In fact, we just heard rumors of how iOS 14 could bring problems or widgets to the iPhone lock screen, the one on the screen that, in addition, I was always.
For now we have to take this information as unverified rumors. We are likely to hear more news at the WWDC on June 22, though we will have to wait until September / October to confirm all the news that will bring us the iPhone 12.