Fri. Aug 14th, 2020

iPhone 12 uses OLED screen, does not provide chargers and headphones

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Nikkei Asian Review recently released a news report, which reported that people familiar with the matter have confirmed to them that Apple will standardize the OLED screen for the upcoming iPhone 12 series. Previously, we could only use it on high-end iPhone models.

Compared with traditional LCD screens, OLED screens are more colorful and black display is purer, and also more power-saving than LCD screens. At present, major mainstream screen manufacturers are investing more energy in more advanced OLED screens.

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The Nikki Asian Review also broke the news that the upcoming iPhone 12 series models are 5.4 inches, 6.1 inches, and 6.7 inches. There are three screen models, but there are four different models. It can be speculated that it is The iPhone 12 Max may use the same 6.7-inch display size as the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

The Nikki Asian Review reported that the entire iPhone 12 series will not provide a standard charger and EarPods wired headphones. The main reason for this is “because a lot of existing iPhone users already have many of them over the past few years”, according to one source. As for headphones, Apple wants to sell more AirPods series products, and then there will be special promotional activities to sell AirPods.

Via: imore