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Jun 12, 2005
When I got my M1 Max I failed to see any difference between 120hz and 60hz, since almost nothing was using Pro-Motion. Since 12.3 and iOS 15.4 on my 13 Pro, everything is 120Hz now, it's a night and day difference. I doubt I'll be able to look at a 60hz screen from now on.
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macrumors demi-god
Mar 6, 2015
Los Angeles
I think the devs decided to fully enable Adaptive Refresh Rate in the same way as iPad Pro now. Whatever concerns regarding battery life seems to have been resolved.

This was necessary for MBP because of the poor panel response time. On iPhone, everything is generally so smooth now, but low power mode still needs work (it's an unstable sub 60fps).
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