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The three iPhone 12 will have OLED panels and new sizes

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The strategy of launching three iPhone models a year seems to be giving Apple a good result and in 2020 the company will repeat it again. However next year We will see important developments that will affect the three iPhone models that will replace the current ones.

As reported by the Korean media ETNews, Apple use OLED technology on the three iPhone next year, although it seems that the Pro models are better. In addition, the supposed iPhone 12 Pro will change the size of your panel making the 5.8 inch model smaller and the larger Max model.

Changes are coming in 2020

According to the supply chain report Samsung is responsible for manufacturing the new OLED screens of the iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max. According to the reports, these screens will use the “Y-OCTA” technology of the Koreans who manage to create thinner screens.

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But in addition to this, this report ensures that the new iPhone will use different screen sizes than the current ones. He Smaller iPhone use a 5.4-inch panel and the Max model reach 6.7 inches. Samsung Display is the only provider of these panels.

On the other hand, the successor of the iPhone 11 keep a size of 6.1 inches but in this case Apple leave behind the LCD technology and use a new OLED panel manufactured by Samsung and LG. This means that Korean companies will have the monopoly of the screens for the three iPhone of 2020.

No doubt these data are interesting and are a great change, for the first time in a long time Apple will reduce the size of the screen of your iPhone by creating a kind of "iPhone Pro mini", since we understand that the smaller model will continue to maintain the specifications and the surname Pro. We will see how Apple focuses this change since it can be very interesting, also added to the return of the iPhone SE.

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