The USA and South Korea are also confused in technology. It looks like they will crack China. In the middle of last month, it was known that the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max will receive displays with 120 Hz refresh rate. The matrices of the iPhone 13 series will be produced using LTPO OLED technology, which uses a low-temperature polycrystalline oxide backplane that provides lower power consumption. It is reported that only Samsung can provide such matrices.

 

 

Respected Korean technology journalist TheElec reported that only Samsung could offer LTPO panels this year. It has been reported that LG, which also supplies displays for Apple, is working to specialize in LTPO technology and will only be able to offer its products to the US company in 2022.

The USA and South Korea are also confused in technology. It looks like they will crack China. In the middle of last month, it was known that the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max will receive displays with 120 Hz refresh rate. The matrices of the iPhone 13 series will be produced using LTPO OLED technology, which uses a low-temperature polycrystalline oxide backplane that provides lower power consumption. It is reported that only Samsung can provide such matrices.

Presumably, LG and the Chinese BOE will supply matrices that will maintain the 60Hz refresh rate, modeling the iPhone 13 and 13 Mini. The first phone with the LTPO OLED matrix was the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, which was introduced a little less than a year ago. The next handset will be the iPhone. Although LG and BOE continue to work on this technology, it will take time to reach the same level.

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For now, we do not have detailed information about the iPhone 13. However, it will most likely be launched in September this year. We will continue to inform you, our valuable readers, as we reach detailed information.

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