New iPhones may get thinner curved screens

According to the Korean edition of ETNews, next year Apple plans to slightly change the diagonals of its smartphones. In particular, the Cupertinians can release iPhones with 5.4 and 6.7-inch displays.

Sources claim that one of the features of these models will be Samsung’s Y-OCTA technology. The latter allows the touchscreen chip to be placed directly on the OLED panel without the need for a separate layer. This decision should allow Apple to slightly reduce the thickness of the iPhone.

However, some believe that the transition to new thinner displays is a kind of signal that the Cupertinians have decided to somewhat change the appearance of their smartphone. In particular, change the body lines or release a device with a slightly curved screen.

According to sources, displays with Samsung Y-OCTA technology will be used only in two older models – iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. The successor to the iPhone 11 should have a film display made by LG.

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