Apple will continue to reserve the best screens for the iPhone 14 Pro

It won’t be until September that Apple will present its new range of high-end iPhone 14. Despite the distance, the rumors continue to offer us a first glimpse of what these models will have to offer.

We know that the Mini model will disappear from Apple’s portfolio and that the iPhone 14 Pro will be the only ones to abandon the notch screen. However, these will not be the only differentiating attributes of the new equipment.

Displays with LTPO technology will remain exclusive to the iPhone 14 Pro

A new report by publication MyDrivers reiterates that displays with ProMotion technology will be exclusive to the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. They will be screens with LTPO technology and a high refresh rate.

iPhone 14 Pro

This means that the iPhone 14 Pro screens will continue to oscillate between 1Hz and 120Hz depending on the content being played. A technology that will manage the energy consumption of this component.

This rumor follows some who claimed that Apple could extend this technology to entry-level models in this line of equipment. That is, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max would also have ProMotion displays.

Apparently, Apple will follow the 2021 strategy and make this technology available only on the most expensive models. An additional incentive for its users to proceed with the purchase of the Pro models.

In addition, Apple will adopt the philosophy punch hole on the screen of the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max. Rumor has it that we will have two cutouts that will house the iPhone’s front camera and Face ID technology sensors.

Base models, on the other hand, will continue to use the notch to house both technologies. Even more outlandish is the rumor that the iPhone 14 will come with the A15 Bionic processor, while the Pro will have the new A16 Bionic.

There is still a long way to go for the official presentation of the iPhone 14 line. Such an event will only take place in September and until then we should always add a pinch of salt to the information that reaches the public.

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