‘regular’ iPhone 14 also gets 120Hz ProMotion screen

Those who want a smooth 120Hz screen are currently dependent on the iPhone 13 Pro models. According to a new rumor, we don’t have to dig as deep into our pockets this year. All variants of the iPhone 14 would have ProMotion.

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Last year, Apple introduced ProMotion on the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max. The screens have a refresh rate of 120Hz. This makes scrolling through your social media, for example, much smoother than before. The only drawback: those Pro models are quite expensive.

This year you may pay a lot less for such a display. MacRumors has obtained notes from analyst Jeff Pu, in which he shares his expectations for the new iPhones. Pu thinks that all variants of the iPhone 14 have ProMotion. That is quite imaginable. Many Android smartphones that only cost a few hundred euros now also have such a smooth 120Hz screen. So the iPhone can’t really stay behind.

The potentially controversial design of the iPhone 14 Pro

Furthermore, Pu expects that the iPhone 14 models will all get 6GB of RAM. The normal iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini now have 4GB of RAM.

How will the more expensive models differentiate themselves? We’ve been reading a lot over the past week about the possible, very controversial design. The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max may have two holes in the screen instead of a notch. Whether you consider that progress is of course entirely open to question.

More about the iPhone 14

Apple is expected to say goodbye to the small 5.4-inch iPhone in 2022. The regular iPhone 14 will probably appear in variants with a 6.1 and a 6.7-inch screen. The Pro models also have these dimensions.

The iPhone 14 price is rumored to be going up this year. The Pro models in particular may be more expensive. You can take better pictures with it. The iPhone 14 Pro will probably get a 48 megapixel camera. In addition to sharper photos, the new sensor also enables 8K video.

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