Despite the 120Hz display, the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max should use 15-20% less power than the iPhone 12 Pro.
- Pro models will use energy-saving technology
- LTPO uses an energy saving panel.
- Samsung and LG will supply LTPO panels to Apple.
The Taiwanese edition has new information on the 120 Hz display of the new iPhone.
Samsung Display and LG Display are currently supplying LTPS OLED displays for iPhones and will supply new LTPO panels in the future. The transition is likely to take place in the first half of 2021.
The article states that the Pro models will consume 15-20% less power despite the 120Hz display. Most likely, this will be possible thanks to LTPO technology and the new A15 processor.
All previous iPhones had a display refresh rate of 60 frames per second. If it is doubled, the iOS interface will become faster, it will be more enjoyable to flip through web pages, play games, watch videos, etc.
Analysts and supply chain sources report that the new iPhones will feature the ProMotion display technology, which first appeared on the iPad Pro in 2018.
Such a display will require a more powerful GPU, and it will also consume more power. Apple will solve this problem with the use of lean LTPO technology.
LTPO can also help you add an always-on display to your iPhone, just like the Apple Watch.
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