The latest beta of IOS 14 suggests that the iPhone 12 is expected to have a 120Hz screen

Whether Apple will use high screen swipe on the iPhone 12 or not may be one of the key issues that many users pay attention to. In the long run, this will certainly happen. After all, the iPad has already supported it, so there is no technical problem with the iPhone. < / P > < p > according to the latest news from foreign media, the first IOS 14 developer beta provides developers with the option of “limiting the frame rate”, which allows applications to set the maximum frame rate of the screen to 60 frames per second. However, the existing iPhone 11 is equipped with a 60Hz screen, so providing this option is meaningless unless Apple intends to increase the refresh rate. < / P > < p > now some Twitter users have seen the option of limiting the frame rate to 60Hz after upgrading the iPhone 11 pro to IOS 14 beta 5. If Apple has not canceled this option, it will naturally bring the possibility of a 120Hz screen. < / P > < p > display industry analyst Ross young believes that 120Hz displays are likely to appear in the iPhone, but he reiterated that the new iPhones may not be equipped with ltpo backplane technology, and they will not have the adaptive refresh rate as the galaxy note 20 ultra does. Baidu continues to work on quantum computing to lay a solid foundation for new infrastructure construction