- Only the two iPhone 14 Pro models should have a variable refresh rate.
- The well-known display analyst Ross Young claims to have found out.
- Apple’s ProMotion technology ensures smooth image changes and longer battery life.
We know displays with ProMotion technology from Apple’s iPad Pro or the iPhone 13 Pro (Max). Depending on the screen content, the refresh rate changes between 10 and 120 Hertz. Since each “refresh” costs battery power, the runtime can be extended when displaying static content. When scrolling websites or when gaming, on the other hand, the display benefits from the high 120 Hertz refresh rate.
Better picture, longer battery life
The respected analyst and display specialist Ross Young now writes on Twitter that Apple ProMotion will only be used with the two Pro versions of the iPhone 14. In the past, Young has mostly been correct in his forecasts for unreleased Apple products. Other analysts and leakers recently saw all iPhone 14 variants equipped with a ProMotion display.
According to the current rumors about the iPhone 14, four iPhone 14 variants will be launched in autumn 2022. While the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro use a 6.1-inch display, the iPhone 14 Max and iPhone 14 Pro Max come with a 6.7-inch touchscreen. You can read everything we know about the iPhone 14 in the linked review article.
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