Apple is expected to roll out its next iPhone series in the next few months. The highly expected Apple iPhones guarantee upgrades on many fronts. However much of these are going to be an intermediate step up. The significant upgrades will probably be featured on all the models of the Apple iPhone 14 series .
One such is going to be the use of 120Hz OLED screens, which are further reported to come in all the models of the Apple iPhone 14 series. Apart from this, all the models of the iPhone 14 series are further rumored to come with high refresh rates through the use of low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) technology.
The latest report issued The Elec told about all the feasible transitions. According to the report, LG Display intends to start producing its 120Hz LTPO displays in a little while. And has started internal talks with constructor Avaco. The organization aims for LTPO-producing equipment from Avaco for its display facilities.
However, the company did not make the final orders because LG Display actively waited to get approval from Apple for the iPhone 14 series. This indicates that the iPhone 14 series are going to be the major user of the latest 120Hz LTPO displays, probably coming with all the modes of the iPhone 14 series.
Furthermore, bear in mind that iPhone 13 series are not going to be bereft of 120Hz displays. Nevertheless, it is anticipated that the Cupertino tech giant will limit the higher refresh rates only to the Pro models, specifically iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. A recently emerged concept video of these two devices further indicates the same thing.
The California-based Cupertino giant will source these 120Hz LTPO OLED displays from Samsung. The non-Pro Apple iPhone 13 models will rather come with the normal LTPS TFT OLED displays from LG with a modest refresh rate.
Presently, as per a new report, the situation is possibly changing with the Apple iPhone 14 series. The company might roll out high refresh rates screens for all models in the iPhone 14 series. The decision will probably be supported by the utilization of a 3nm chipset by TSMC.
The latest chipset, which is alleged to be a significant upgrade from the 5nm process utilized on the A15 Bionic chip, is going to save ample space within the iPhones. The company might use this additional space for a greater capacity battery and subsequent improvement to the smartphones.
A 120Hz refresh rate screen would then be feasible, due to the higher battery backup on all the models of the Apple iPhone 14 series. A report issued by Gadgets 360 further points out the absence of an iPhone 14 mini variant, maintaining the general size and the battery backup on all the models.