In each launch that Apple makes with its iPhone there are always functions or characteristics that those of Cupertino keep exclusively for the Pro models, sometimes even for the Pro Max, and that is that in the end, it is the way to be able to differentiate two very clear ranges of product. Well, unfortunately, one of the star features of the Pro models will continue to be exclusive to them.
Neither ProMotion nor Always On on the iPhone 15 screen
With the launch of the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Maxthe Cupertino company introduced the promotion screen also on iPhones. So far it was something that had only been seen on iPads, and it allowed users to enjoy a much higher refresh rate on their screen, giving the device a feeling of speed and fluidity.
One year later, in September 2022 with the launch of the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro MaxApple introduced the always-on screensomething that in this case had already been seen for years on the Apple Watch screen and that allows users to be able to view the iPhone screen at all times, that is, it never stops turning off.
Well, one of the rumors that sounded around the iPhone 15 and 15 PlusIt is that Apple could intend to include these two features in both models, making them, of course, a really big leap with respect to the iPhone 14 and 14 Plus. Unfortunately, everything indicates that this will not be the case, and both the Pro Motion screen and the Always On technology will continue to be exclusive, at least for now, for the Pro and Pro Max models.
This rumor comes from the yeux1122 accountwithin a Korean Naver blog, which states that the LPTO panels, which are necessary to be able to give the iPhone both features, will continue to be exclusive to the Pro models. In addition, it is something that another of the great market analysts, in this case of screens, as it is Ross Young, has also affirmed, so as they say in these cases, when the river sounds, water carries. So, if you had in mind to buy one of the two models, either the iPhone 15 or the iPhone 15 Plus, you have to take into account that these two features will not be present in them and, therefore, you will not be able to enjoy them.
From Apple’s strategic point of view It is a movement that should not surprise anyone, since in the end both technologies are hallmarks of the current Pro models, and although they will surely end up reaching the normal models at one time or another, it will not be at least this year. Also, something to keep in mind is that the Pro models are more expensive because in the end they have more and better features, including these two, so perhaps including them in the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus would mean, Again, a price increase for them, something that, of course, would not be very funny to potential buyers.