Apple may just suggest the existence of a 120Hz on the 12 series through 14 5. It is said that the latest iOS developer beta version comes with an option that allows iPhone 11 to limit the frame rate to 60Hz. This indicates that the next-generation models can provide options beyond 60Hz-at least in the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max successors that are speculated to be the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. Some reports in the past also suggested that the frequency of 120Hz be displayed on the new iPhone model. However, there are also speculations that Apple may eventually combine the iPhone 12 series with the existing 60Hz display panel.

User on Twitter Published Screenshot showing the “Limit Frame Rate” option under the “Sports” settings, plus It can be seen on the iPhone 11 Pro Max running iOS 14 developer beta 5. The new options seem to be limited to iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, and are designed to allow iPhone users to set the maximum frame rate. Display 60 frames per second.

Existing iPhone models do not the new option because they do not support higher display refresh rates and the refresh rate is limited to 60Hz. However, this may imply that the display of the iPhone 12 Pro model is 120Hz. Please note that Gadget 360 cannot find the “limit frame rate” function on iPhone 11 Pro running iOS 14 beta 5, so we recommend readers to take a bit of salt to get information.

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In response to a tweet showing the “limit frame rate” option, showing market analyst Ross Young Say If the added components are part of the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max, it means that Apple will not provide a low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) display or adaptive refresh rate, which is similar to the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra can be Dynamically change the refresh rate to provide the best experience.

The young ones went to Twitter earlier this month and said that the iPhone 12 series Not too possible Despite having 120Hz hardware, some recent reports do hint at the new display experience of iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max.

Apple has provided ProMotion display technology on the latest iPad Pro models, which can achieve a smooth experience up to 120Hz. The iPhone 12 series may adopt this technology.

The release date of the iPhone 12 series has not yet been announced. However, Apple has confirmed its delay. This can help the company thoroughly test 120Hz displays and improve the user experience before introducing new models to the public.

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