In recent years, Apple has surprised users with its innovations in the smartphone industry. However, reports about the upcoming iPhone 16 models may disappoint some brand enthusiasts. According to the blog Naver, the basic versions of the iPhone 16 will not be equipped with the expected refresh rate of 120 Hz on their AMOLED screens. Even the basic models do not offer 90 Hz, while competing Android smartphones have introduced this feature for several years. For those who were expecting groundbreaking changes, this is certainly a huge disappointment.
However, hope still remains for those interested in the Pro variants. Unofficial information suggests that the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max will have larger screens than their predecessors. The predicted sizes are 6.3 inches for the Pro model and 6.9 inches for the Pro Max model. Additionally, there is a chance for an improved cooling system, equipped with graphene film and a metal casing for the batteries. This means that overheating issues, which some people reported in previous models, should not occur in the iPhone 16.
It is worth noting, however, that all this information remains unconfirmed for now, but it has been circulating for some time. Despite the lack of groundbreaking changes in the basic models, Apple consistently focuses on quality and innovation in its Pro variants. Should this persuade users to wait for the iPhone 17? Only time will tell if the tech giant can catch up with the competition and surprise its loyal fans.