Rumour: iPhone 14 and 14 Max Are 60Hz Phones: The tech tipster, Yogesh Brar took to Twitter to reveal some of the details of the upcoming flagship phones from Apple’s iPhone 14 series.
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He revealed the details about the display sizes and refresh aretes of each four models of the iPhone 14 lineup and also he added the info about the processor that will be powering these handsets.
Lots of people, especially iPhone fans, already know that Apple this year will be making some changes in its flagship series which includes the introduction of a new member, redesigning of the Pro models, and as usual the new Apple A-series chipset.
According to him, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max, which is the replacement for the Mini model, will be coming with 60Hz screens. The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max’s screens will measure 6.1 and 6.68 inches, respectively. And like it was with the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini launched last year, these handsets as well will be using the same, A15 Bionic chipset. They also will have a notch display design.
On the other hand, the Pro models,iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will have 6.12-inch and 6.69-inch displays, respectively. Instead of the notch, these handsets will have pill +hole cutouts for FaceIDs and selfie cameras. Both screens will support 120Hz refresh rates. And also unlike the regular and Max model, these two will be the only models running the new Apple’s A-series chipset known as the A16 Bionic chip.
When Is iPhone 14 and 14 Max Launching?
It is reported that Apple will be releasing these phones along with the Pro models in the third quarter or fourth quarter of 2022.