iPhone 15 screen refresh rate remains at 60Hz after the full range of Dynamic Islands
A few days ago, a supplier revealed the display panels for the entire iPhone 15 range, confirming that all four models will feature the Dynamic Island cut-out solution.
It should be noted that this is no longer Apple's intention to treat them all equally, as the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus are still strictly limited.
According to the latest news from screen analyst Ross Young, the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus models will still have a 60Hz refresh rate screen and will not support 120Hz LTPO high brush.
As a result, many netizens spat out that this time the iPhone 15 is a Dynamic island of congestion. In this day and age, where thousand dollar Android devices all have at least 90Hz high brushes, 60Hz is considered a distant flagship, which is obviously a bit too disingenuous.
In terms of core specifications, the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will be powered by the same A16 chip as the iPhone 14 Pro this year.
The iPhone 15 Pro series will be upgraded to a new generation A17 chip, which will have a significant performance difference between the two.
However, it should be noted that this year the A16 has been beaten by Qualcomm in terms of GPU and is infinitely closer in terms of CPU.
In this case, the A16 iPhone 15 could find itself struggling against a number of Android flagships next year.
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