Apple’s suppliers are allegedly coming up new OLED displays for the 2021 iPhones with low-power LTPO innovation. As indicated by industry sources, The tech-giant is yet to present its 5G iPhones for 2020 yet its suppliers are as of now creating OLED screens utilizing LTPO backplane innovation for the following year’s premium iPhone models as reported by sources. LTPO innovation is liable for taking care of individual pixels on the panel. Since the whole display isn’t illuminating and just the necessary pixels light up, it serves to spare force and at last upgrades battery life.
Along with being more power-efficient, the new technology can also improve a number of other features such as always-on-display and ProMotion amongst many others. Apart from this, iOS users are expecting four new launches to take place in the iPhone 12 series in the month of September this year which are inclusive of two high-end models.
iPhone 12 Pro will be introduced into the market with a 6.1 inch or 6.7-inch screen and possibly will feature 120Hz ProMotion Display, a 3x rear camera zoom, and improvised Face ID which in turn will help improve the user experience.