Smooth speeding! IPhone 13 finally uses 120Hz high refresh screen! Will battery life be worse?
The biggest advancement in mobile phone products in recent years, except for 5G, is undoubtedly the high refresh rate. The high refresh rate from 60Hz to 90Hz to 120Hz can bring a huge improvement to the user experience. The biggest advancement in mobile phone products in recent years, except for 5G, is undoubtedly the high refresh rate. The high refresh rate from 60Hz to 90Hz to 120Hz can bring a huge improvement to the user experience. However, in this era when most Android devices have already used 120Hz high refresh, the iPhone has been unable to achieve high refresh. However, there have been many reports that Apple will be equipped with a high refresh screen for this year's iPhone 13, and it has entered the testing phase recently. The 120Hz high refresh screen used this time is very different from most models currently on the market. It can also achieve 1Hz-120Hz adaptive refresh rate. Simply put, it can automatically adjust the refresh rate according to the content being displayed on the screen. Maybe everyone still has no concept of 120Hz adaptive. Here I took the OnePlus 9 Pro with the same function as a reference. Generally, the iPhone changes the screen and the mobile phone runs at the highest refresh rate, while the IPhone 13 can be used in games, videos, daily operations, etc. It can also automatically adjust to the corresponding number of frames in the use scene, achieving both fluency and power consumption. In addition, the refresh rate as low as 1Hz is likely to bring the long-awaited information screen display function for users, allowing the iPhone 13 to achieve an ultra-low-power screen similar to the Apple Watch 6 that often displays the effect. When it comes to power consumption, you may be more worried about whether the battery life of the 120Hz iPhone 13 will be worse. The LTPO screen used in the iPhone this time can bring more power-saving effects, and the power consumption will also be reduced by 15%-20%. It is said that the upcoming A15 chip can also effectively improve power efficiency. But even so, it is difficult to say whether the iPhone's battery life will become worse due to other performance upgrades.