Right now, Apple's biggest iPad is a Pro-branded model, boasting a 12.9-inch display. It's a big piece of technology, but for folks who like that sort of thing, it's also a workhorse that has a big, beautiful display. But it sounds like Apple's ready to test the waters on an even bigger tablet. But, as it turns out, Apple might not be going pro with this one.
Apple may soon launch the so-called “Studio Display Pro,” a pro version of the new Studio Display with mini-LED and the company's 120Hz ProMotion technology.
Apple's upcoming new baseline M2 MacBook Pro should have a lesser display with no ProMotion nor mini-LED in order to keep the price down.
Apple's iPhone 15 update coming in 2023 has been predicted to bring ProMotion, Apple's dynamic refresh rate display technology, across all models—including non-Pro ones.
macOS Monterey 12.2 enables much-needed support for Apple's ProMotion technology in Safari for Mac, bringing improved 120Hz scrolling on the latest MacBook Pro.
If you're looking for a smooth gameplay experience, then having access to fast refresh rates is one way to achieve that. While not everyone might be able to tell the difference, for those who can there is a considerable improvement when jumping up to 60fps from 30fps. But, for iPhone users, that hasn't always been a possibility.
Rumor has it that the next iPad mini could adopt ProMotion, Apple's screen technology providing dynamic refresh rates up to 120Hz which could also help fix jelly scrolling.
On Monday, October 28, 2021, Apple hosted a pretty quick event, unleashing a brand new, redesigned 14-inch MacBook Pro and a few other things, too. Plenty of the rumors regarding the new hardware were spot on, save for a few missed spots. Like the fact the new laptops are only available in Space Gray and silver again, so new color options. Other than that, though, Apple upgraded just about everything else in these laptops, offering up a truly pro-level experience for those in the market for this type of hardware.
Apple has shared documentation on how developers can use faster ProMotion display refresh rates for custom animations in their apps on the Pro models in the new iPhone 13 lineup.