The iPhone 12 may have a 120 Hz display: one of the most interesting rumors


The iPhone 12 may have a 120 Hz display for smooth scrolling.

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Oct. 13 Tuesday, Apple a Virtual event Expect to get a first look at where IPhone 12. When there was Tons of credible rumors About the new phone Price, Specifications And Possible 5G capabilities, One of the most interesting possible features we have heard of 120Hz screen refresh rate – Twice as much as the iPhone 11. The number of hertz that a phone screen can display refers to the number of frames per second, which determines how fast and smooth the phone screen feels when you scroll through apps and webpages Support games feel.

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Rumor has it Four iPhone 12 models Launched on Tuesday: The IPhone 12 Mini (5.4-inch), iPhone 12 and 12 Pro (6.1-inch), and iPhone 12 Pro Max (6.7-inch). Some reports claim that the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max will have a 120 Hz update rate and the base iPhone 12 60 Hz update rate.

Most phones – including the iPhone 11 – have a 60 Hz update rate. But some high-end models included Samsung Galaxy S20 And this OnePlus 8 Pro, 120 Hz, so it’s no surprise that Apple is adding it to its capabilities.

Rumor has it that Apple has a proprietary promotion display on the iPhone 12 Pro models, which you can find on the iPod Pro models. This technology is highly responsive, adjusting the display dynamically to how content moves to liquid scrolling.

Of course, we won’t know anything until the rumored iPhone 12 models are released on Tuesday (here) How to watch the Apple event live). Also, take a look How To Prepare Your Current Phone Before Upgrading To iPhone 12 And We can see Apple announcing at its virtual event.

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