If you are an avid Fortnite player and own an iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max or iPhone XR, then there is an incredibly good news for you. On your iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max or iPhone XR, you can play Fortnite at 60 fps. This cool feature hasn’t reached the Android smartphones and is not even present yet in Nintendo Switch. This means you have a thing which you can brag among Android smartphone and Nintendo Switch owners.
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Android and Nintendo Switch owners are playing at a normal 30 fps itself as the devices itself are incapable of playing the game at a higher frames per second. However, Apple’s latest iPhone models come with an A12 Bionic Chip which allows the gamers to play Fortnite at 60 fps. This means the game on the latest iPhone models is running at the same frame rate as in the consoles like PS4 and XBox One. If you are running Fortnite on older jailbroken iPhone then you can follow the steps mentioned here to bypass the jailbreak detection mechanism.
Play Fortnite with a Fluid Like Experience on the Latest iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max & iPhone XR
Yeah, it is true that there is a significant price difference between a Nintendo Switch and an iPhone XS/XS Max/XR but we are not talking about prices here. We are talking about the power of the A12 Bionic Chip.This further exemplifies the statement that Apple manufactures impressive hardware and software which is pretty much ahead of any other smartphone manufacturer. Even the latest Google Pixel 3 is unable to achieve the frame rate of 60 in Fortnite.
Now, you can install Fortnite on unsupported OS versions as well. Check the steps here.
According to Epic, the developer of Fortnite, they are working on bringing 60 fps to the Android devices as well, however, the chances of the same coming out early are, almost, negligible. This makes the latest iPhone models king among the gaming smartphones available in the current market.
Play Fortnite at 60 fps on iPhone XS/XS Max & iPhone XR
As of now, if anyone wishes to get an awesome experience of playing Fortnite on mobile then they, definitely, require to have any of the latest iPhone models or else they can go with PS4 or XBox One consoles. As far Android users are concerned, they still need to wait for a significant period of time, before the developers at Epic are able to fit in 60 fps in the biggies available in the Android smartphone market.
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