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iPhone 2020 will receive a screen with a frequency of 120 Hz

The 2020 iPhone line will receive a screen with ProMotion technology or 120 Hz. Such a forecast was made by the well-known insider Ice Universe, who repeatedly demonstrated amazing awareness of Apple's plans. The company is already negotiating with Samsung for the supply of advanced OLED-matrices. It seems that next year's news will really surprise the public.

According to Ice Universe, users of the new iPhone will be able to switch the refresh rate in the settings. You can choose the usual 60 Hz - for better battery life, or 120 Hz - for the most smooth picture.

By the way, the ProMotion technology, with all the desire, can hardly be called new. Starting with the iPad Pro at 10.5 inches, Apple has been actively using 120 Hz matrices in all of its professional tablets.

All devices using ProMotion technology have a special hardware module that automatically adjusts the frame refresh rate.

For example, when working with the interface and in applications, the sweep frequency will be maximum - 120 Hz. When watching videos, the frequency decreases to 60 Hz. With a static picture, the refresh rate completely drops to a minimum of 24 Hz - in order to save battery power.

The only disappointment is that ProMotion technology will debut only in the 2020 iPhone line. I have no doubt that Apple, with its resources and capabilities, could implement this option in its own smartphones much earlier.

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