Apple’s upcoming iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus have been the subject of many rumors and speculations in recent months. One of the features that many consumers have been hoping for is a 120Hz refresh rate display, which can provide smoother animations and more responsive touch inputs. However, it remains unclear whether the new iPhones will actually feature this technology.
Rumors about the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus having a 120Hz refresh rate display first emerged last year, but reports have been conflicting. Some sources claimed that Apple was planning to introduce the technology in the iPhone 13 series, but ultimately, the devices were released with a 60Hz refresh rate display. Other reports suggested that the feature would be reserved for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus.
Recent leaks have suggested that the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus will indeed come with a 120Hz refresh rate display. One leaker, Jon Prosser, claimed that the technology would be exclusive to the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models. However, another source, Ross Young of Display Supply Chain Consultants, suggested that all iPhone 14 models would feature the upgraded display.
Despite these rumors, nothing has been confirmed yet, and Apple has not made any official announcements regarding the iPhone 14 series. It’s worth noting that the company typically keeps new product details under wraps until their official unveiling, which usually takes place in September.
If the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus do come with a 120Hz refresh rate display, it would be a significant upgrade over the current 60Hz display on the iPhone 13 series. The technology has already been implemented in many flagship Android devices, including the Samsung Galaxy S21 and OnePlus 9 Pro, and has received praise for its smooth performance and improved user experience.
In any case, consumers will have to wait until later this year to find out for sure whether the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus will have a 120Hz refresh rate display. Until then, rumors and speculations will continue to circulate, keeping fans and tech enthusiasts on the edge of their seats.