Screens with ProMotion technology will likely still be reserved for iPhones with the Note Pro. For a moment, there was little hope of a more interesting scenario.

ProMotion screens for iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max only

The past week brought a lot of reports regarding the smartphones that Apple is currently preparing. There were also those who talked about the use of displays with ProMotion technology in all four models of the iPhone 14. We did not pay much attention to it, because the sources were moderately reliable. We were verified very quickly.

Ross Young of Display Supply Chain Consultants, who in the past has in the past shared proven global information, leaves no room for doubt. Displays with ProMotion technology (10Hz to 120Hz adaptive refresh) will only be available on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models.

iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max won’t impress with their screens

This means that the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max models will have screens with a standard refresh rate of 60Hz. However, most likely, this is not dictated by the ill will of Apple and the deliberate use of screens, which, at the prices dictated by this manufacturer, are not worth 2022. It is possible that the plans have changed due to the problems encountered by Apple partners responsible for the production of these components. It’s just that some clients may be interested in it on average.

It must be remembered that the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will not bring a significant change in terms of design, in their case we still have a big note. It’s not a visually appealing solution, most manufacturers have already abandoned it. Also, some users may find this an outdated concept. It’s just that the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max can bring, rather than the note, two notches in the keyhole + bead pattern. If everything works out, we’ll have a hard choice as to which of the new iPhones will be uglier.

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