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It is not the first time that Apple has been speculated to be using the higher-end iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max 120Hz LTPO monitor technologies. Now a new study talks about the fact that thanks to collaboration with the iPhone giant, which could offer higher sales, Apple’s Korean display supplier is expected to rise in 2021.
Samsung and LG said that 13 series display technology updates will be available for the Apple iPhone, but oddly, no mention of the Jingdong band. In 2021, four versions are scheduled to appear. The iPhone 13 mini uses a 5.4-inch 60Hz LTPS OLED display, the iPhone 13 uses a 6.1-inch 60Hz LTPS OLED display, and the iPhone 13 Pro uses a 6.1-inch 120Hz OLED LTPO display, according to ETNews. The 13 Pro Max uses a 120Hz LTPO OLED 6.7-inch display.
The study noted that Apple may see price rises for manufacturers, although it has not yet confirmed whether the company can bear these costs or move them on in the form of price increases to consumers. The benefit of LTPO technology on mobile phones is that, due to the form of content presented, it automatically varies between 1Hz and 120Hz. This helps to conserve battery life, which will be the main focus of Apple, as improved 5G modems are required to be used by all iPhone 13 models.
As we all know, these modems are extreme users of batteries, which is perhaps one of the reasons why Apple opted not to use the iPhone 12 series’ 120Hz screen. The report noted that it would be the duty of Samsung and LG to supply these OLED displays, but BOE was not listed anywhere. Earlier, it was announced that the Chinese manufacturer of displays will begin shipping iPhone 12 series OLED panels and will also be fitted with a dedicated iPhone 13 series production line in the first half of 2021.
An industry insider listed in the report said that Apple has high expectations for next year’s models due to good iPhone sales and there should not be any production delays. So we will see next year’s iPhone 13 micro, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max launching in September instead of October.