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How-To | Prevent OLED burn-in on the iPhone X | imthemobile.guru
An iPhone X display quick-tip. Capabilities and Limitations The iPhone X is an amazing example of mobile technology. While other mobile device OEM's have adopted OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) for their mobile handsets, the iPhone X and the Apple Watch are the only devices Cupertino has deployed with an OLED display. The IPS (In-Plane Switched) LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Apple has used in past iPhones has some advantages like brightness and clarity when used outdoors, and disadvantages like the power consumption required to keep the back-light lit across the entire panel even when a pixel needs to be black. The OLED display on the iPhone X (which is designed and manufactured by Samsung) has some physical attributes that Apple found attractive and even required for use in the iPhone X. First, OLED displays are flexible: The iPhone X OLED display. Apple Inc. A foldable display panel allows an edge-to-edge design for the first time in an iPhone. As all-display devices have become