Screen border of iPhone 16Pro could get thinner

As reported by Korean media The Elec, Samsung Display, and LG Display have received authorization to produce OLED displays in large quantities for the iPhone 16 Pro versions.

The certification of both suppliers earlier this month cleared the path for the iPhone 16 Pro models’ screens to be mass-produced. All four iPhone 16 models will have OLED panels from Samsung Display, while the Pro series devices will have screens from LG Display. Furthermore, OLED panels for the iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Plus are anticipated to be supplied by BOE.

A few months after Samsung Display, LG Display was granted permission to manufacture OLED panels for the iPhone 15 Pro last year.

It has been reported that LG Display will finish the clearance process for iPhone 16 Pro Max OLED panels in the middle of next month, while Samsung Display is anticipated to finish it by the end of this month. As of right now, Samsung Display is authorized to produce screens for the iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Pro in large quantities; certification for the Plus and Pro Max versions is on the horizon.

Additionally, the source stated that although the iPhone 16 Pro’s OLED display differs greatly from the iPhone 15 Pro’s, the usage of border reduction structure (BRS) technology may have caused the border to be somewhat narrower. (Home IT)

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