Tech giant Apple will reportedly limit its display features – Always-On and ProMotion – to the upcoming iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max smartphone models.
This means the standard iPhone 15 doesn’t come with the ProMotion feature, which speeds up parts of the screen when a higher speed is required and slows it down to save power, AppleInsider reports.
This also applies to the Always On display function.
According to leaker ayeux1122′, “Apple has already made preparations to deliver the iPhone 15 Series…panel to domestic companies, and it is said to be confirming details soon and preparing for mass production.”
“What is confirmed here is that the spec only supports LTPO 120 refresh rate for the Pro series,” the leaker added, “and the standard normal plus model does not have the requirements.”
It was previously rumored that the iPhone maker will only bring Wi-Fi 6E network support to iPhone 15 Pro models.
It was also reported that the iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max will include new features such as solid-state buttons with haptic feedback, a titanium frame, and more RAM.
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