Ming-Chi Kuo claims iPhone 12 won’t support a 120hz refresh rate display

As it turns out, the next iPhone 12 won’t support a 120Hz refresh rate, to preserve battery life.

Ming-Chi Kuo claims iPhone 12 won't support a 120hz refresh rate display
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According to the famous analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone 12 will not support the refresh rate of 120 Hz and the decision would have come after several evaluations on the battery life. However, Kuo expects the feature to debut on iPhones in 2021 and will take advantage of the new LTPO display technology.

Kuo on iPhone 12: here’s what it reveals

Although the official presentation date of the four iPhone 12 models has not yet emerged, it is likely that the twelfth generation iPhone phones will arrive shortly. In the meantime, well – known analyst  Ming-Chi Kuo has added new details about it, such as the hypothesis that the 5.4-inch iPhone 12 will feature a slightly narrower notch than the other phones in the range. This design will allow the user to properly view the information found in the upper left and right corners, such as the time and signal strength. The rest of the range – the two 6.1-inch models and the 6.7-inch variant- they should have a notch of the same size as that of the iPhone 11.

The indiscretions that Kuo revealed do not end there, as the analyst believes that the entire range of iPhone 12 will support 5G, with two versions for each model, namely sub-6GHz-only and sub-6GHz-plus-mmWave.

In addition, for Kuo the event that Apple will hold today, September 15 (at 19.00 Italian time) will focus on the new models of Apple Watch and iPad Air: according to the analyst and most of the leakers, the wearable wrist should be equipped of a key feature, namely blood oxygen sensing.

As for the new iPad Air, Kuo believes it will be equipped with Touch ID integrated into a power button positioned on the side; the tablet, moreover, should have a ” full screen ” design like the iPad Pro: at this point, we just have to wait a few hours to find out if all of Kuo’s statements will reflect reality. 

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