iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max to get high refresh rate OLED displays

    iPhone 14 series is months away from launch and rumours and leaks about its features, design and specifications have started floating around. One of the leaks suggest that the iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Max could feature a higher refresh rate OLED display. Here’s more about it.
    By SHAURYA TOMER
    | Updated on Jun 22 2022, 10:22 AM IST
    According to market research agency Omdia, both the iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Max will have LTPS and LTPO OLED display panels, and have a higher refresh rate. Samsung is expected to manufacture the displays of the current and next generation of iPhones as always.
    According to market research agency Omdia, both the iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Max will have LTPS and LTPO OLED display panels, and have a higher refresh rate. Samsung is expected to manufacture the displays of the current and next generation of iPhones as always. (FrontPageTech)
    1/6 According to market research agency Omdia, both the iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Max will have LTPS and LTPO OLED display panels, and have a higher refresh rate. Samsung is expected to manufacture the displays of the current and next generation of iPhones as always. (FrontPageTech)
    The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini currently have a locked 60Hz refresh rate, much to the disappointment of consumers. Now, Apple is expected to bump that up to 90 or 120Hz, which is a stark contrast to other smartphone manufacturers who are providing high refresh displays even in budget phones these days.
    The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini currently have a locked 60Hz refresh rate, much to the disappointment of consumers. Now, Apple is expected to bump that up to 90 or 120Hz, which is a stark contrast to other smartphone manufacturers who are providing high refresh displays even in budget phones these days. (Front Page Tech)
    The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini currently have a locked 60Hz refresh rate, much to the disappointment of consumers. Now, Apple is expected to bump that up to 90 or 120Hz, which is a stark contrast to other smartphone manufacturers who are providing high refresh displays even in budget phones these days.
    2/6 The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini currently have a locked 60Hz refresh rate, much to the disappointment of consumers. Now, Apple is expected to bump that up to 90 or 120Hz, which is a stark contrast to other smartphone manufacturers who are providing high refresh displays even in budget phones these days. (Front Page Tech)
    However, it is rumoured that the upcoming iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max won’t feature Variable Refresh Rate, therefore, it might be locked to either 90 or 120Hz.
    However, it is rumoured that the upcoming iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max won’t feature Variable Refresh Rate, therefore, it might be locked to either 90 or 120Hz. (FrontPageTech)
    However, it is rumoured that the upcoming iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max won’t feature Variable Refresh Rate, therefore, it might be locked to either 90 or 120Hz.
    3/6 However, it is rumoured that the upcoming iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max won’t feature Variable Refresh Rate, therefore, it might be locked to either 90 or 120Hz. (FrontPageTech)
    Hints of Variable Refresh Rate have already been seen in iPhones with Apple’s Pro Motion technology which allows the iPhone to switch the display’s refresh rate between 10 Hz and 120Hz, depending on the content. For example, if you’re reading something on the browser, the refresh rate might drop to 10Hz to save battery, while it can go up to 120Hz while you’re gaming.
    Hints of Variable Refresh Rate have already been seen in iPhones with Apple’s Pro Motion technology which allows the iPhone to switch the display’s refresh rate between 10 Hz and 120Hz, depending on the content. For example, if you’re reading something on the browser, the refresh rate might drop to 10Hz to save battery, while it can go up to 120Hz while you’re gaming. (FrontPageTech)
    Hints of Variable Refresh Rate have already been seen in iPhones with Apple’s Pro Motion technology which allows the iPhone to switch the display’s refresh rate between 10 Hz and 120Hz, depending on the content. For example, if you’re reading something on the browser, the refresh rate might drop to 10Hz to save battery, while it can go up to 120Hz while you’re gaming.
    4/6 Hints of Variable Refresh Rate have already been seen in iPhones with Apple’s Pro Motion technology which allows the iPhone to switch the display’s refresh rate between 10 Hz and 120Hz, depending on the content. For example, if you’re reading something on the browser, the refresh rate might drop to 10Hz to save battery, while it can go up to 120Hz while you’re gaming. (FrontPageTech)
    The iPhone 14 Pro models are expected to have the Variable Refresh Rate feature, along with a notch-less design with a pill-shaped cutout design.
    The iPhone 14 Pro models are expected to have the Variable Refresh Rate feature, along with a notch-less design with a pill-shaped cutout design. (FrontPageTech)
    The iPhone 14 Pro models are expected to have the Variable Refresh Rate feature, along with a notch-less design with a pill-shaped cutout design.
    5/6 The iPhone 14 Pro models are expected to have the Variable Refresh Rate feature, along with a notch-less design with a pill-shaped cutout design. (FrontPageTech)
    Recent leaks also suggest that the new rumoured iPhone 14 Max could be called the iPhone 14 Plus. The iPhone 14 Max is replacing the ‘Mini’ series of iPhones which are being discontinued, beginning with the iPhone 14 series.
    Recent leaks also suggest that the new rumoured iPhone 14 Max could be called the iPhone 14 Plus. The iPhone 14 Max is replacing the ‘Mini’ series of iPhones which are being discontinued, beginning with the iPhone 14 series. (Front Page Tech)
    Recent leaks also suggest that the new rumoured iPhone 14 Max could be called the iPhone 14 Plus. The iPhone 14 Max is replacing the ‘Mini’ series of iPhones which are being discontinued, beginning with the iPhone 14 series.
    6/6 Recent leaks also suggest that the new rumoured iPhone 14 Max could be called the iPhone 14 Plus. The iPhone 14 Max is replacing the ‘Mini’ series of iPhones which are being discontinued, beginning with the iPhone 14 series. (Front Page Tech)
    First Published Date: 22 Jun, 10:22 AM IST
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