Ever since the iPad Pro introduced a 120Hz display, many were wondering if and when Apple would be bringing that feature over to its iPhone lineup. In fact, many of Apple’s competitors have since released phones with 90Hz or 120Hz displays, with some even going as high as 144Hz.

That being said, this year could be the year we finally see the feature arrive for the iPhone. We have been hearing those rumors for a while now, but the latest issue of Power On by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has reiterated those claims, in which he states that this year’s iPhones will most likely come with a 120Hz display.

However, as per the previous rumors and also given Apple’s history of doing things, the 120Hz display won’t be available across the entire lineup. Instead, it seems that only the iPhone 13 Pro and the Pro Max models will have the 120Hz display, but we imagine that over time, Apple will eventually bring the feature to all of its iPhones.

This is similar to the dual camera setup when it first debuted, as well as OLED screens for the iPhones, in which it was limited to the more expensive models at first. The iPhone 13 is currently scheduled for a launch in September so check back with us next month for the details.

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