With the newly released iPhone 11, rumors about Apple phones by 2020 are beginning to circulate.
According to a report from the reliable DigiTimes website published on October 28, Apple will launch an iPhone with a screen in 2020 that would quickly update up to 120Hz to give a faster and smoother user and viewing experience. In comparison, the iPhone 11 Pro has an update rate of 90Hz.
Apple already uses this technology known as ProMotion, which allows the screen to be updated at a speed of 60 to 120Hz, on the 2017 and 2018 iPad Pro.
According to previous reports from the same site, Apple will also modify the size of the screens of the Apple 2020 iPhone so that they are larger than those of the 2019 iPhone.
According to DigiTimes, the new measures will be 5.42 inches, 6.06 inches, and 6.67 inches and all the screens would be OLED manufactured by Samsung or LG.
Currently, there is only one phone in the market whose screen is updated at a rate of 120Hz. This is the Asus ROG Phone II, presented in July 2019, the successor of the first Asus gaming phone launched in 2018, the Asus ROG Phone.
It is expected that, in the first half of 2020, Apple will also launch a cheaper cell phone that could be the relay of the iPhone SE launched in 2016. This device would have a design similar to that of the iPhone 8, with a 4.7-inch screen, but with a performance at the height of the iPhone 11 with A13 Bionic processor and 3GB of RAM.
Apple does not comment on rumors or reports.