All of the iPhone 15 series models (including the standard iPhone 15 as well as the iPhone 15 Plus) may include the Dynamic Island technology when it debuts next year (or Mini). Display industry analyst Ross Young has provided the latest information.
According to him, Apple wants to get as many app makers as possible excited about the notch, so making it available on the other 2 iPhone models could be the ideal route to do that. If Young’s prediction comes true, the entire iPhone 15 range might gain a smaller yet dynamic notch next year thanks to the inclusion of Dynamic Island, which is an amazing addition to the iPhones.
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Young added that the ProMotion 120Hz refresh rate screen and the LTPO 2.0 technology might be the only features reserved for the iPhone Pro versions. The display technology for all of Apple’s models may cause production difficulties for the vendor, making it difficult to meet Apple’s demands on time.
However, the analyst also suggests that Apple may reconsider its stance on the high refresh screen on standard iPhone models in 2024 when the iPhone 16 series is unveiled by the Cupertino tech giant.
Apple appears to have determined that the premium price of the iPhone Pro models warrants a special bonus. This strategy has been on full display this year with the introduction of the Dynamic Island, a 48-megapixel camera on the back and the LTPO 2.0 technology available through the ProMotion screen.
Price tags for the iPhone 14 Pro begin at Rs 1,29,900, while the iPhone 14 Pro Max begins at Rs 1,39,900 in India. Both versions are currently for sale in shops and on the web.