iPhone 14 launched
New revelations about the iPhone 14 Pro made fans happy! For the first time, something like this is going to happen; you should also know
Apple added a notch at the top of the screen with the launch of the iPhone X in 2017 and it continues to this day. The iPhone 13 model also has a notch. But it is expected that the company can now change this with the upcoming phone. If a new report from The Elek is to be believed, which is based on display suppliers, then the upcoming iPhone 14 series model with an OLED display may have a punch-hole cutout instead of a notch.
In addition to the new iPhones, Apple may also introduce three new Apple Watch models and a significant upgrade to the AirPods Pro. The three models are probably going to be the Apple Watch Series 8, the new Apple Watch SE model, and a Rugged Sports Edition.. The overhauled AirPods Pro is probably going to coordinate another chip and be totally updated.
iPhone 14 Pro में होगा OLED पैनल
The report claims that Samsung has started getting machines from Philoptics and Wonik IPS for laser-cutting holes in OLED panels. Apple is said to have decided to get rid of the notch on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models as the company specializes in punching holes for Samsung’s capability and display. Convinced about what the South Korean giant is already doing.
Korean website The Elec reports that the iPhone 14 Pro will include a 6.06-inch display and the iPhone 14 Pro Max will include a 6.7-inch display with a hole-punch display. The hole-punch display design is essentially a small circular cut-out placed at the top of the phone screen to house the selfie camera. This design has already been seen on several Android smartphones, such as the Samsung Galaxy S21 flagship series.
iPhone 14 Pro Max Display
If the reports are correct, the iPhone 14 Pro Max, which sports a 6.7-inch display with a punch-hole cutout, could be Apple’s smartphone with the best screen-to-body ratio ever designed by the company. The upcoming Apple iPhone 14 Pro models will use Samsung’s HIAA (hole-in-active-area) method, which is said to be the most advanced OLED hole-punching technology ever.
As of now, Apple is relying on Samsung Display for OLED LTPO panels, but LG is also reportedly working on the same, but LG is yet to conduct tests that will determine if its production meets the required quality and cost. does or not
It would be hasty to blindly believe any rumor. Some of Apple’s recent devices were completely different from the rumors about them, so it’s a bit hard for me to rely on these rumors around the iPhone 14 at the moment.