The developers of Pokémon Go have included a notable option in the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max (but not only)
Pokemon go It was one of the most successful titles on mobile devices, thanks to an almost disruptive media coverage. Although several years have passed since the official debut on the Play Store channels (Android) and App Store (ios), the Niantic video game continues to receive new updates and proves to be anything but insensitive to the latest news in the mobile world.
From this point of view, the authority The edge noticed the presence of a useful option in one of the latest updates to Pokémon Go for iOS: the possibility of unlock 120 fps on iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max, that is to say, the state of the art of Apple smartphones, thanks to a strong renewal of the screen (which wins the LTPO technology, already glimpsed in several Android flagships) and autonomy.
And it’s right in the Apple ProMotion Technology (which dynamically varies the refresh rate of the screen, going from 10 Hz to 120 Hz) that the developers of Pokemon go They seem to have set their sights, in a very obvious attempt to maximize the fluidity of the game and consequently make the video game experience more satisfying. As the editor of the American newspaper explained, the option to enable frame rates above 30 fps is contained within the “Advanced Settings” section of the application and brings tangible improvements.
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How to enable 120 FPS in Pokémon Go for iOS
We have talked so far iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max, devices for which the functionality in question can be activated with the release of the update to version 1.191.0 of Pokémon Go. However, the exclusive reference to the latest Apple smartphones does not exclude iOS devices from gaming (it should be said, if we want to stay on the subject): in the latter case, it will be necessary to intervene manually and enable the configuration option.
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The procedure is quite simple: you will have to start Pokémon Go sull’iPhone, enter the “Advanced Settings” section of the app and check the “Unlock your device’s native refresh rate to get a higher FPS” feature. You just have to try the new addition. And if you’re wondering why the developers haven’t turned it on by default, the answer is pretty self-evident: don’t strain your battery life too much, which could be affected by a feature that is obviously power-hungry and therefore power-consuming. . . Precisely for this reason we explicitly speak of the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max, whose increased autonomy compared to previous Apple devices will allow you to better enjoy the latest news from Pokemon go.
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