iPhone 14 Max Unlikely to Sport 120Hz Display, It Seems

Apple is making several big changes for next year’s iPhone lineup, but as it turns out, the difference between the standard models and the Pro versions is getting even bigger.

If we are to trust the existing rumors, Apple will give up on the iPhone mini form factor, with the company to introduce an all-new 6.7-inch size.

In other words, the 2022 iPhone lineup (likely called iPhone 14) will include the existing 6.1-inch iPhone, the 6.1-inch iPhone Pro, the 6.7-inch iPhone Pro Max, and an all-new iPhone Max (without the Pro thing).

Needless to say, the new Max version will be a larger sibling of the standard iPhone.

And according to a report from The Elec, it’s likely to sport the same boring display as well.

More specifically, Apple will use 60Hz displays on the standard iPhones and 120Hz on the Pro models, and given this new Max version wouldn’t come with anything different as compared to the 6… (read more)

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