Namely, the main feature of this year’s “Pro” and “Pro Max” series is the so-called ProMotion display, which is nothing but the application of a refresh rate of 120Hz. Although this feature was implemented back in 2017. On the iPad Pro, it was to be expected that Apple had perfected the necessary technology however, that is not what happened.
The new iOS 15 supports ProMotion in all applications during scrolling or during transitions between applications, but 9toMac reports that this is not really the case.
During initial testing of iOS 15, they found that ProMotion was not supported for many third-party applications, meaning that the screens did not use their full capacity of 120Hz. Reportedly, the problem also occurs with the animations of some applications, so you get a tough experience of use that might be forgiven for a midrange mobile phone, but not for a mobile phone that costs more than $ 1,000.
The good news is that Apple promises that this problem will be possible to solve and that they will soon publish a document in which the procedure will be explained in detail to developers, and for us ordinary mortals the problem will be solved in one of the future upgrades.
Another potential problem is display technology and slight design changes to face ID technology. So if you decide to buy one of the iPhone 13 devices, keep in mind that repairing the physical components of face ID technology will be almost impossible outside of Apple service, and even then you will most likely get the answer that it is not possible to repair without a complete reprogramming replacement and big amount of money coming out of your pocket. So be careful!
Screen replacement prices have traditionally remained high this year, so you will pay $ 229 for the iPhone 13 mini, $ 279 for the iPhone 13, $ 279 for the iPhone 13 Pro, and $ 329 for the iPhone 13 Pro.
By: Olivia J. – Zexron