Although it has been a long time since the iPhone 13 series came out, information about the phone has begun to emerge. According to a claim, the iPhone 13 series will come with integrated touch-layer OLED displays.
The information and news about the phones to be released by the major smartphone manufacturers can appear even for a long time. Moreover, this phone is also able to draw more attention on iPhone, which is about the iPhone 13 series, which has a longer time to come out.
Apple plans to use integrated touch layered OLED displays on its iPhone 13 series smartphones. According to the allegations, new iPhone models will come with these panels in 2021. It is even stated that the company has ordered these panels.
iPhone 13 series to come with integrated touch layered OLED displays
So, how are these screens different from the screens used on current iPhones? In traditional screens, the touch layer is positioned on top of the OLED panel. The touch layer on these new screens will be integrated directly into the screen. Therefore, the need for an additional layer will disappear, the phones can be designed thinner and the cost of the devices will decrease.
When it comes to the screen, it is also worth mentioning the 4 iPhone 12 models that Apple will release this year: iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Max, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. These devices are expected to have frequent 5G connectivity support and high screen refresh rate on 2020 smartphones.
The iPhone 12 series will come with OLED displays as well as a high screen refresh rate. These screens will also be available on the 4 iPhone 12 models. Here comes the question of who Apple will get these screens from. Apple is supplying OLED display from Samsung, but this time it is said to shift its route to the Chinese display manufacturer BOE. The reason for the company to make this change is to reduce its dependence on its biggest competitor and to buy the screens cheaper.