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IPHONE 13 MIGHT GET AN UNBELIEVABLE DISPLAY

by Devanshi Rao
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The people who use iPhone are now curious to know for a display with a higher refresh rate ever since Android devices and the iPad Pro lineup started to use a 120Hz refresh panel. It can be seen that Apple might finally go through with the plan for the upcoming iPhone according to the people who work in the company which has longly been avoiding the Cupertino giant’s smartphones.

Apple has been using the “ProMotion” display on the iPad Pro for many years where the screen is capable of a 120Hz adaptive refresh rate. Many iPhone fans have been waiting for a long time for an upgrade to the iPhone, but it has remained an exclusive feature for Apple’s tablets. 

A higher refresh rate display will not be advantageous for gaming mobile, but it would also provide a smoother and more responsive experience. According to some reports from South Korea, Samsung Display will be supplying Apple with its latest LTPO OLED panels for the next iPhone. These panels are capable of a 120Hz refresh rate without sacrificing battery life as we have already seen on other smartphones like the Galaxy S21 Ultra and the OnePlus 9 Pro. It is expected what’s like the exact volume of Samsung Display will be expected to be limited to the iPhone 13 and 13 Pro Max models only.

All models of iPhone 13 won’t be getting the higher refresh rate display. Like 12 series, the next phone of apple is praised to have four models where the higher refresh rate display will only be used for the ‘Pro’ models. 

The previous leaks have given us more information about the next iPhone like the notch getting smaller this time around. The phone is also expected to be having wider support for 5G mm-Wave in most of the countries as the adoption rate has started growing. The 13 series is shaping up to be a highly-anticipated upgrade, but we can only be sure if Apple announces the new models later this year.   

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