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« on: October 27, 2019, 04:05:22 pm »

Report claims future iPhones may adopt Apple Watch's LTPO display tech

There's no timeline to go with that prediction however...

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A report claims future iPhones may feature LTPO display tech.
LTPO is already used in Apple Watch Series 4 and 5.
The source does not give a timeline for the switch.
A report from Korean outlet The Elec via MacRumors claims that Apple may be planning to adopt LTPO OLED panels in future iPhones.

According to the report:


  Apple, meanwhile, is moving to more widely apply LTPO panels to its iPhones. This means it needs to find ways to work together with Samsung Display, which is holding its own in terms of both technological prowess and production capacity in the small and mid-sized OLED sector.


LTPO technology is currently used in the Apple Watch Series 4 and Series 5. LTPO stands for low temperature poly-silicon and oxide display, and is the secret behind Apple Watch's always-on display.  It allows the screen refresh rate change from 60Hz to just 1Hz when Apple Watch isn't in use, bringing better ef...

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