Now yes, now no: ProMotion will remain exclusive to the iPhones 14 Pro and Pro Max, according to the latest rumors

Now yes, now no: ProMotion will continue to be exclusive to iPhones 14 Pro and Pro Max, according to the most recent rumors

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Now yes, now no: ProMotion will continue to be exclusive to iPhones 14 Pro and Pro Max, based on latest rumors

In recent months, there has been quite a bit of push and pull over ProMotion coming to the entire iPhone lineup 14. A long-awaited novelty that has already been rumored for the current iPhone and which, according to the most recent rumours, will continue to be exclusive to those iPhones with the surname Pro , for at least for one more generation.

A technology that may take another year

The latest information comes from display analyst Ross Young. A person who has demonstrated fairly high reliability in their latest predictions. Young recently tweeted , in response to the question if all iPhone 14 would carry ProMotion, which sees it as very difficult.

According to the analyst, it would be BOE, the Chinese screen manufacturer, responsible for the screens for the iPhone 14 without a last name Pro. If we had Pro Motion we would be talking about OLED LTPO type screens, something for which BOE is not yet prepared. For now, the only manufacturer of LTPO OLED screens is Samsung, which makes them for the iPhone Pro and 13 Pro Max.

Beyond the difficulties in the supply chain to satisfy the immense amount of production necessary to sell the millions of units that Apple plans to sell of the iPhone 14, the truth is that the absence of a ProMotion screen in the entry models is also due to other reasons. The cost of a ProMotion screen compared to a traditional OLED screen is something to consider and one more of the ingredients that make iPhones with the surname Pro more expensive compared to to the rest of the range.

While we hope that at some point all Apple devices will feature ProMotion technology, it looks like we’ll still have to wait a few years. For now the expansion of this technology moves at a good pace. After appearing in the iPhone Pro in September of last year is already present in the MacBook Pro from 14 Y 16 inches with M1 Pro and M1 Max, introduced just a few months later. We will see what the next step will be.

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