Most advanced smartphones today use a display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz or at least 90 Hz. Apple has also used these screens in its new iPhone 13 Pro series. Users have always welcomed working with such screens because of their smoothness and speed, but these screens are more expensive than other screens. In addition to their high cost, these monitors also consume more battery power and will affect the battery life of your device. There are several ways to reduce this effect, but Apple's new technique in the iPhone 13 Pro promotion display can be an innovative move against all of them. Animation and even scrolling on social media give users a great experience by showing content more smoothly and faster. This process means that the screen must be refreshed 90 to 120 times per second and naturally requires high power consumption. For this reason, many smartphones and tablets use variable refresh rate to change the frequency depending on the application used.
Apple uses the same strategy in its iPhone 13 Pro, but Apparently, Apple has included another factor in determining the refresh rate of an application. According to the latest reports, the iOS operating system calculates the speed at which your finger moves when you touch the screen and uses it to adjust the screen refresh rate. This process means that if the content on the screen is fixed, its refresh rate can reach 10 Hz, and on the other hand, in fast scrolling, its refresh rate will reach the highest possible maximum of 120 Hz.
This new feature definitely seems to be a smarter approach than adjusting the refresh rate based on the amount requested by each application. With this approach, Apple can equal the battery life of the iPhone 13 Pro to iPhones that do not have a promotion display. Given that iPhone battery life is a concern for Apple users, this technology can greatly alleviate this problem.
However, this is a creative approach, and we hope that this The technology will open up to other promotional displays, especially next year Apple's flagship iPhone 14. With the revelation of this technology, it is not unlikely that other smartphone manufacturers such as Samsung will benefit from this innovation in their next flagship phones.