iPhone 13: 120Hz Pro models only
As every year, Apple will also present new iPhone models in autumn 2021 – according to rumors, the group calls the devices iPhone 13 and not iPhone 12s. “The Elecsays Samsung will be responsible for making the screens for the two Pro models – and those screens support 120Hz. LG reportedly makes the screens for the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini, but these only deliver a refresh rate of 60 Hz with the same as the current iPhone lineup.
LG expands – iPhone 14 completely with 120 Hz
However, this is set to change in 2022: LG wants to significantly expand production capacities and thus also deliver OLED screens with 120 Hz support in the coming year. This would allow Apple to equip the entire iPhone 14 lineup with the appropriate screens.
iPhone 14 only with 6.1″ or 6.7″ display
With the iPhone 14, Apple will in all likelihood drop the iPhone mini – the model range will then consist of two devices with a 6.1″ screen and two other models with a 6.7″ display. Thus, in 2022, customers have the option of purchasing an iPhone with a large display but without “pro features” such as a triple camera. With the iPhone 12, Apple again offered a small iPhone with a 5.4″ screen diagonal for the first time – but this model was not well received by customers and Apple is said to have already stopped production of the iPhone mini. The iPhone 13 will probably be the last iPhone Lineup that includes a compact model, so customers who want a small screen are left with the iPhone SE.
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