Leak: iPhone 12 Pro Max can enable 120Hz refresh rate and LiDAR function
As a mobile phone selling point that was completely ignited by OnePlus 7 Pro last year, a high refreshing screen has become a must-have feature for most digital enthusiasts to buy mobile phones after more than a year of testing and questioning.
However, for iPhone users, they do not have the same rich choices as Android users, because so far the iPhone has not been equipped with a high screen refresh model, and whether the iPhone 12 series models support high-screen refresh is still unknown.
Yesterday, DisplaySearch CEO Ross Young said that because Apple did not get enough driver ICs for the 120Hz display, the iPhone 12 Pro will not be equipped with a 120Hz display, but 60Hz.
Today, relatively reliable whistleblower, Jon Prosser broke out iPhone 12 Pro Max related information. The first is that the iPhone 12 Pro Max camera will add LiDAR function, which can provide auxiliary autofocus and subject detection support for video shooting mode and night mode.
Camera and display settings for current PVT model of 6.7” iPhone 12 Pro Max
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— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) August 25, 2020
This is in line with the news that the iPhone 12 Pro series models we previously knew will be equipped with LiDAR lidar sensors like the iPad Pro 2020 models, so the credibility is quite high.
The second is the high refreshing aspect that we all pay attention to. The screenshot shows that this iPhone can enable the 120Hz refresh rate. At the same time, you can also turn on the option to let the device automatically switch the refresh rate according to the content currently displayed.