According to reports from the past according to recent reports, there are reports that the iPhone 14 Max may retain the notch style. If the rumor that has been floating around is accurate, the iPhone 14 Max may be an old-fashioned device. The source says that it is possible that the iPhone 14 Max has a good chance of sporting a 6.7-inch screen that has the cut-out. Additionally, the screen will be equipped with a 60Hz refresh rate. According to the source, Apple could make use of these features due costs.
It’s been revealed it is the iPhone 14 series will have four models. The models will feature
- 6.1-inch iPhone 14 with a notch
- 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max with a notch
- 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro with punch-hole display
- 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max with punch-hole display
After the cancellation of the mini version, the latest 6.1-inch iPhone 14 will be the most affordable in the series. It will then be followed by an 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max. But, the price of screens bought through Apple is always very high. Given that the dimensions of the screen is increasing as well, the cost of the display is growing. Therefore, Apple has to reduce certain features of their display in order to ensure that the cost is kept low.
Its 120Hz LTPO panel that is part of the iPhone 13 Pro series is currently only available through Samsung. Apple has no high bargaining power, and Samsung’s production capacity isn’t enough to accommodate three mobile phones that have annual deliveries that are hundreds of millions. It should be taken into consideration that, in terms of time it is likely that the iPhone 14 series should still be in the EVT development stage. Apple has not yet completed the mass production model.
So, Apple is not just looking at the cost however, they are taking into consideration the production capability of its panel. However it is true that Apple’s iPhone 14 with 60Hz will be retrograde as it will become official in 2022. The use of displays with 60Hz is becoming outdated even for mid-range phones on the Android market.