Apple frequently waits for technology to become more mature before they incorporate the technology into its products. This can often lead to consumers not being able to benefit from capabilities like 120Hz display.
ProMotion is a display that can be adaptive that adjusts its speed of display according to what’s displayed visible on the screen. ProMotion can offer you better performance and smoother gaming performance.
While scrolling TikTok or using a popular application, or playing a game, the iPhone 15 Pro’s screen refreshes more than twice as fast as a regular 60Hz screen. This gives it a much sleeker and more fluid appearance. It also improves its responsiveness and performance.
It’s a feature that’s present on a variety of other phones. But Apple is one of the companies which waits for emerging technologies to become mature before integrating it into its product.
This could explain why it took time for the iPhone to adopt 120Hz. However, with iPhone 15 series already offering this feature, it’s time Apple did too. According to an article from Chinese social media platform Yuex1122, which cites a local display industry source according to the report, the iPhone 15 Pro will come with an LTPO display that supports 120Hz refresh rates. Apple announced that it will confirm these details soon and prepare for large-scale production. The Pro series has this feature however, the general model doesn’t include it in its specs.
Gaming on iPhone 15 Pro
The iPhone 15 Pro is designed as a powerful gaming machine. Apple collaborated with game developers to make sure the graphics are clear as well as the frame rate is steady. Apple says they are able to stop their iPhone from overheating while games by using intelligent display technology as well as GPU scaling.
Aside from being a great gaming gadget Apart from gaming, the iPhone 15 Pro also works perfectly with other apps and content. Apple’s ProMotion technology is able to refresh the screen 120 times a second for smooth flicking and scrolling, more responsive, and improved motion clarity.
However, as it was last year, Apple will keep the 120Hz ProMotion display exclusive to the Pro line of iPhones. iPhone 15 Pro and the iPhone 15 Pro and the iPhone 15 Pro Max (or possibly iPhone Ultra) both have a Super Retina XDR display with ProMotion and P3 wide color support as well as haptic-touch technology and HDR. We hope that Apple may eventually bring this feature to its non-Pro iPhones too.
Apple Pencil on 120Hz display
Using the iPhone Pro’s screen using Apple Pencil is also made more responsive, as it decreases the amount of time that it takes the stylus to render an image on the screen. This helps make drawing feel fluid and free of lag, while making the scrolling process and interaction with apps smoother.
ProMotion is a revolutionary [display] technology that delivers high-resolution refresh rates up to 120Hz, which allows for smooth scrolling, more responsive and more fluid motion content. It operates by dynamically changing speed of the refresh rate on basis of what you’re watching. If you’re viewing static images or similar media, the refresh rate can be lowered down to 24Hz.
This is a feature that was introduced with the iPad Pro, and it’s incredible technology. However, it’s a shame that Apple chose to save this technology for their larger 12.9-inch iPad Pro and not make it available on the regular iPhone collection. I hope that this shifts in the future. If this happens, it is going to be the finest phone on the market for those who want a buttery-smooth experience.
Pro Display XDR integration
Created to be tough and robust The iPhone 15 Pro features a colour-infused glass and aluminium design that is water and splash resistant. It also has a powerful professional-grade camera that is capable of high-resolution photography and HDR footage recording.
The display of the iPhone 15 Pro’s 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display will increase to 120Hz when is required. This gives it the capability to render console-quality graphics with no loss in clarity or fluidity. Also, it has real-to-life colour as well as brightness.
Apple’s A17 chip is a tiny powerhouse which has a six-core CPU as well as a GPU with MetalFX upscaling technology for higher quality graphics. The chip supports hardware-accelerated ray tracing, giving an iPhone 15 Pro the ability to create realistic light and shadows when playing games and videos.
Selecting between an iPhone 15 Pro and the normal model will probably be based on your preferences as well as your budget. The Pro models boast a better camera, a faster processor and a wider range of storage options but the price tag is also considerably higher.