Apple iPhones enjoy tremendous popularity among the masses. This is proved by their enthusiasm to learn more and more about the features of upcoming phones. While the crazy fans are waiting eagerly for the series of iPhone 11 phones to be introduced by Apple in the next few months, there are already rumors doing rounds about the features of iPhones that will arrive in 2020. Although there is nothing from the company to support these rumors, there are reports that Apple iPhone support might extend 120 Hz display to the models of 2020 iPhones.
There are unconfirmed reports that tech giant is reportedly in talks with giant electronics companies like Samsung and LG to introduce 120 Hz display to its next generation of iPhones. Till date, this display is seen only in iPad Pro. If everything goes according to plans, customers might be able to enjoy screen refresh rate from 60 Hz to 120 Hz in these proposed iPhones for 2020.
To make this display for iPhones possible, Apple is likely to use its revolutionary technology called ProMotion that has already been introduced in 10.5 inch and 12.9 inch screen models of iPad Pro in 2017. This technology of Apple is capable of switching screen refresh rates as and when needed by the user.
There are also reports about these 2020 iphones that suggest many more new features like a smaller notch, 5G support, OLED displays, and a ToF sensor on the back panels.
For switchable screen refresh rate, tech giant Apple has to depend upon other companies like Samsung and LG that have earlier supplied it with OLED screens that were used by the company in iPhone XS and XS Max. These OLED screens are compatible with ProMotion technology of Apple that is capable of scaling refresh rates in a dynamic manner.
Customers have found out how smooth scrolling on the screen becomes when the display of a device is fitted with ProMotion technology. They have experienced this on the models of iPad Pro that were launched last year. This technology drops refresh rates automatically when the user is viewing static mages on their devices so as to keep power consumption at a low level. Online iPhone support has allowed iPad Pro users to experience very smooth motion and scrolling on their devices.
However, the catch lies in the fact that iPad Pro used this technology on its LCD display. Apple has not introduced this technology on any of its devices having OLED display. If Apple is successful in its attempt, it would tilt the race in its favor as Google’s One Plus Pro 7 is capable of upping refresh rates up to 90 Hz only. Smoother motion and fluid scrolling are two important factors that attract customers to smartphones and tablets. It will be yet another feather in the cap of Cupertino giant if it is able to incorporate switchable refresh rates in its iPhones to be launched in 2020.
For the time being, fans are eagerly waiting for iOS 13 and reverse wireless charging that Apple has promised for its iPhones to be released this fall.