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Apple iPhone 12 will not come with a 120Hz screen

Ming-Chi Kuo, a famous technical analyst specialized in the Apple world, revealed that the iPhone 12 series will not support screens with a refresh rate of 120 hertz, in contrast to the rumors that have spread recently.

Kuo also revealed that the upcoming iPad Air will feature Touch ID in the power button, and confirmed that the new Apple watches will support blood oxygen measurement.

And the American company Apple is preparing to unveil a number of new products during an exceptional presentation tomorrow, Tuesday, called Time Flies.

Kuo expected that the new iPad Air will be the first of its kind to include a fingerprint sensor in the power button and will not be the last, and he does not expect that there will be any major changes to the Apple Watch 6 lineup, confirming that it will feature a sensor to measure oxygen in the blood.

As expected, the analyst believes that the Apple iPhone 12 lineup will not appear in the upcoming conference tomorrow, and a later date is expected to reveal the company’s new series.

What do we expect in the Apple iPhone 12
Kuo expects that the upcoming iPhone 12 phones will not support the 120-hertz screen refresh rate feature, stressing that the reason is the effect of this feature on battery life, especially since the new series is expected to support 5G networks.

The famous analyst expects that the phones next year, iPhone 2021, will support a refresh rate of 120 hertz with LTPO technology, so that the speed of the refresh rate corresponds to the displayed content, as stated by the Galaxy Note 20.

According to previous leaks, the new series will be available in three sizes, a 5.4-inch model, two 6.1 and a 6.7-inch model, all of which will support 5G networks.

According to Ku, the 6.1 and 6.7-inch models will come with a notch size like the notch size in iPhone 11, while the 5.4-inch notch will be slightly smaller.

According to previous reports, the phone in the 5.4 and 6.1-inch models will be mass-produced in early and mid-October, and the other models will be produced in late October.

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