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Tuesday, 12 September 2017

This is how the iPhone X will protect your OLED screen

One of the most striking aspects of the new iPhone X is that it will be the first iPhone with an OLED screen. Although OLED displays are nothing new to the smartphone market, Apple has been slow enough to adopt it on its own production line .

All this will change starting today with the introduction of the iPhone X that will incorporate a 5.8 inch screen from edge to edge. In turn, iPhone X users will enjoy a terminal that offers richer and more vibrant colors .

There are and some disadvantages to this type of OLED screens, but Apple is apparently doing everything that can minimize them. This weekend we learned about the iOS 11 Golden Master filtering data chain and discovered the code that suggests iOS 11 will include software that can mitigate burn-in or screen burn.

For those who do not know, they are marks or burns produced on an OLED screen when a certain region spends too much time with a still image. Although it is no longer a serious problem now, it used to be some time ago on some plasma TVs. Samsung also suffered in some of its models.

There is no indication of how Apple really plans to mitigate this effect, but it stands to reason that iPhone X users should not have to worry about this happening. After all, considering how long it has taken Apple to get into the car of the OLED screens , we can safely say that it has found a way to turn this problem into something smaller.

As for other details of the iPhone X , the next-generation Apple mobile phone that comes in a few hours offers an improved battery, wireless charging, 3GB of RAM and will be available in 128GB and 256GB configurations. Everything a terminal to fear, that will be received with much anticipation and to that as always, Apple will say that it is the best one that has done .

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