For iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, “Pokemon GO” will support a 120Hz ProMotion display; other iPhones can also get 60 frames, but some old devices may not be able to keep up with the performance.
DNS has learned that since its release in 2016, “Pokémon Go” has been running at 30 frames on the iOS platform, while Android phones have long been able to run at higher frame rates.
The High Frame Rate feature is turned off by default, and players need to turn it on in advanced settings.
According to Sensor Tower of data, “Pokémon GO” world income has more than $ 5 billion. In the first half of 2021, revenue was 641.6 million U.S. dollars, marking the best start of the year ever.
77% of the total installed volume of “Pokemon GO” is the Android version, but player spending on Android only accounts for about 52.8% of the total spending, which means that the average spending on games by Apple iPhone players is higher.