iPhone 14 Models: Apple launched the 120Hz ProMotion display with the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max just a few months ago. To obtain that, you must spend more than a lakh rupees in India. But that might change with the iPhone 14 series, as we could see a 120Hz ProMotion display even on the more cheap iPhone 14 models.
Incoming iPhone 14 Series with ProMotion Display
Another well-known expert, Jeff Pu, believes that the ProMotion display will not be confined to Pro versions, but would most likely be available on all models. The normal iPhone 14, the iPhone 14 Max, the iPhone 14 Pro, and the iPhone 14 Pro Max are all included. This means that if you want a 120Hz iPhone screen, you may not have to pay a lot of money to get one.
The 120Hz ProMotion display, for those who don’t know, allows for a change in refresh rate based on the presented content. This ensures that the scrolling is smooth and that the battery does not deplete too soon.
It is also expected that all iPhone 14 versions would have 6GB of RAM. Previously, the Pro versions were supposed to arrive with 8GB of RAM.
6GB of RAM would be an upgrade for Standard iPhone 14 models, but not for Pro versions:
- iPhone 13 mini: 4GB
- iPhone 13: 4GB
- iPhone 13 Pro: 6GB
- iPhone 13 Pro Max: 6GB
- iPhone 14: 6GB
- iPhone 14 Max: 6GB
- iPhone 14 Pro: 6GB
- iPhone 14 Pro Max: 6GB
However, something special will be prepared for the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max. Previous leaks, as well as new information from Pu, point to the inclusion of a 48MP camera on these phones, which will be a significant camera boost since the iPhone 6s series. Apple is expected to enable both 48MP and 12MP versions using pixel binning for this. Pixel binning will enhance low-light pictures.
Furthermore, the iPhone 14 Pro is rumoured to include a “hole + pill” display design, which would be a first for both Apple and the technology industry. Non-Pro models, on the other hand, might keep the notch. All iPhone 14 models are expected to include larger batteries, enhanced camera functions, an A16 Bionic CPU, and other improvements.
Because these are currently rumours, we recommend that you take them with a grain of salt and wait for additional information to emerge online. Stay tuned as we will keep you updated on their progress.