To be sure we will have to wait a little longer but it would now seem certain that the new iPhone 12 Pro will not have an OLED display with an updated frequency of 120Hz. Further confirmation also comes from the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of the T.F International Securities , which we can consider a very reliable source, according to which to see this functionality on the iPhone we will have to wait for the low energy consumption LTPO displays planned for next year.
This indiscretion takes on a decidedly more important weight coming at a time when all the hardware specifications should have been finalized in view of mass production. Kuo also added some more details on the smallest of the new iPhone 12, the 5.4-inch version, which would have a smaller notch to allow the correct display of the information usually present in the upper corners. No change, however, for the other models.
As for tomorrow's event, which as usual we will follow live streaming here on FreeTechTips, he too confirmed that it will be centered on the sixth generation Apple Watch, iPad Air 2020 and some accessories. Apple's smartwatch shouldn't vary from an aesthetic point of view but will also be able to measure the level of blood oxygenation (SpO2). iPad Air 2020, on the other hand, will have an "all screen" design more similar to the Pro with TouchID integrated into the side power button.
For the announcement of the four iPhone 12, we will probably have to wait for next October.