We get this news John proser, Front Page Tech, one of the most prolific Apple leakers, but also has a mixed track record. For example, he said that the new Apple Watch 6 would be announced in a press release on Monday, when only the event was announced.
On September 11, the processor tweeted “120hz (codename: d6x) did not produce mass, * now * you can quit.” The promisor used emoji, and the plaintiff’s message of “give up” is a reminder that 120 Hz promotion refresh rates are a feature users want, but this rumor mill won’t be around for a while.
Btw mass production started this weekSeptember 11, 2020
Prosser also reported that mass production has begun on the iPhone 12. That phone is expected to be announced at an October event, not Tuesday’s time fly event, which could also launch the iPad Air 4.
The 120Hz refresh rates give the screen a gloriously smooth scrolling and image speed, so everything is just more enjoyable to watch. It is also ideal for enjoying games and videos in high framers. And as someone who is spending more and more time with the iPad Pro, this is something you will notice.
Apple is also a bit late for the 120Hz party. Samsung has got technology in its Galaxy S20 Plus and Galaxy S20 Ultra phones, as well as Dynamic (auto-adjusting) 120 Hz technology in the Note 20 Ultra and Galaxy Z fold 2.20 Hz in OnePlus 8 Pro.
It would not be out of the ordinary for Apple to arrive a little late for a new technology. The company does not prioritize being the first to offer a feature, and instead waits for it to be corrected. And looking at Prosser’s words, it seems like Apple can’t lower the 120Hz rates for the iPhone 12.
Is the iPhone 13 the lucky number for 120Hz? We will find out sooner or later. Stay on Tom’s guide to all things Apple and iPhone.