Report confirms the start of mass production of iPhone 13 Pro screens

A new report published by The Elec in Korea confirmed that both LG and Samsung have started mass production of OLED panels dedicated to the upcoming iPhone 13 series from Apple. Apple is preparing to launch 4 versions this year of the iPhone 13 series, which include the 5.4-inch iPhone 13 mini, the 6.1-inch iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro, and also the 6.7-inch premium iPhone 13 Pro Max.

Samsung is scheduled to supply the distinctive ProMotion screens with a refresh rate of 120Hz for both the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max phones. The leaks also indicate that Samsung is producing OLED panels with LTPO technology with a refresh rate of 120Hz for the iPhone 13 Pro phones.

Previous leaks also indicated that Apple planned to support the iPhone 12 series in the past with a refresh rate of 120Hz, but the technology giant retracted this decision for fears of fast battery depletion in these versions, especially to support the iPhone 12 series to connect to 5G networks, but the iPhone support 13 Pro with LTPO screens will allow Apple to overcome the problem of fast battery drain.

Samsung introduced LTPO panels for the first time in the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra last year, and then the Galaxy S21 series came with a new update for this technology in the screens, which provided higher performance in Samsung phones in support of the dynamic refresh rate according to the content, which contributed to saving energy in phones Galaxy S21.

The latest reports confirm that the new OLED panels will support energy savings in the iPhone 13 Pro by 20% compared to the current versions, and the new panels are also expected to bring the Always On Display feature to the iPhone.

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