Apple couldn't get some of its apps to run on MacBook Pro at 120Hz

One of the main features of the new 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro is the 120Hz ProMotion display. And as it turned out, with this

innovation, everything is not as good as previously thought.

So, despite the start of sales of new products almost a week ago, Apple still has not optimized a number of its applications for new, more "high-frequency" displays.

Safari is a prime example, according to our colleagues at 9to5Mac. The proprietary browser of Cupertinos, which featured in the ProMotion segment at a recent presentation, still operates at 60 Hz.

Interestingly, for third-party developersthe company also did not release any supporting documentation. For example, in numerous forums, developers complain that they cannot take advantage of the ProMotion display, because they are stumped, not knowing where to start.

Source: 9to5Mac