iPhone 12 will not support 120Hz, only the younger model will receive a reduced bang

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The screen will allow you to display more useful information to the left and right of the bangs

Renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said today that none of the iPhone 12 models will support 120Hz refresh rates due to the manufacturer’s unwillingness to sacrifice battery life.

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iPhone 12 will not support 120Hz, only the younger model will receive a reduced bang

Ming-Chi Kuo claims that 120Hz screens will appear on the next generation of iPhones in 2021 when Apple switches to low-power LTPO displays.

A statement released by the analyst also says that the younger model of iPhone 12 with a 5.4-inch screen will receive a reduced cutout at the top of the screen, which will allow you to display more useful information to the left and right of the bangs.

The other three models in the new lineup, including the iPhone 12 Max, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max with 6.1 and 6.7-inch screens, will have cutouts the same size as the iPhone 11 line.

Ming-Chi Kuo believes that tomorrow’s Apple event will be dedicated to the new Apple Watch and iPad Air models. According to him, the new smartwatch Apple Watch will have the same form factor as the Series 5, with a key new feature, namely a sensor to determine the level of blood oxygen saturation. The analyst is confident that the Apple Watch will receive significant design changes no earlier than the second half of 2021.

Kuo also expects the new iPad Air to have a Touch ID sensor built into the power button.

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