This time it would be good, and Apple would finally decide to turn to 120 Hz notches from its main competitor for its iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max. This is what we know.
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As reported WCCFTECH, according to information from The Elec, Apple should no longer stay on its rtina panels for the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max. The Cupertino company should choose the Samsung 120 Hz panels, while products in the lower range like the classic iPhone 13 should always be satisfied with 60 Hz.
The screen models in question would be 120 Hz OLED LTPO (low temperature polycrystalline oxide) allowing better conservation of energy and therefore logically to have a battery that lasts longer.
Still according to the same information, Samsung should be Apple’s only partner and should provide a total of 110 million panels. The manufacturer LG should also be there, but only for strict manufacturing. Finally a very good fluidity for iPhone screens? Answer soon.