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Iphone 14 | iPhone 14: Pro models probably with significantly higher quality displays | news | apple iphone


Iphone 14 | iPhone 14: Pro models probably with significantly higher quality displays | news | apple iphone | iPhonepunch.568301Iphone 14 | iPhone 14: Pro models probably with significantly higher quality displays | news | apple iphone | iPhonepunch.568301According to leaks and rumors, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will differ more clearly from the two models without a name suffix in terms of technical equipment than from the previous smartphone generations from Cupertino. The upcoming top devices are said to have the new A16, while Apple continues to rely on the A15 already installed in the iPhone 13 for the cheaper versions. In addition, the Californian company supposedly gives the Pro models faster and more efficient LPDDR5 RAM (see ). Another distinguishing feature will, with a probability bordering on certainty, be the number of cameras, as has been the case up to now.

iPhone 14 Pro with more modern OLED technology
Apple is also said to equip the iPhone 14 Pro (Max) with more modern and high-quality OLED displays than the versions without the suffix. that writes The Elec, citing information from the supply chain. According to the report on the news website, the top models use panels from Samsung Display, which are made with the material the manufacturer calls M12. These are LTPO displays, which Samsung will also use in upcoming in-house smartphones such as the Galaxy Z Fold 4. Apple probably equips the two variants of the iPhone 14 with LTPS panels, for which Samsung uses a material known as M11. Apple made this decision for cost reasons, writes The Elec.

Better color representation and always-on display
The LTPO displays used in the iPhone 14 Pro (Max) offer – at least in theory – better color reproduction and are also more energy-efficient. What is more important, however, is that these panels enable variable refresh rates of up to 120 Hertz, the technology Apple calls ProMotion. LTPO panels, which are already used in the Apple Watch, also support a lowering of the frequency down to one Hertz. This enables always-on displays with very low energy requirements. The report from The Elec thus confirms recent rumors that only the Pro models will have such a feature (see ).

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