new iphones to adopt new oled screen technology across apple\'s line
This means that the latest OLED display will appear on all phones, and the technology may bring a new design to the iPhone.
For example, future models can include curved screens or allow them to be controlled in a completely different way.
Since the iPhone was first released in 2007, the LCD display has been a fixture for the iPhone.
Since then, until the iPhone X came out last year, it has been in every model.
With the iPhone X and the XS that followed it this year, Apple has turned to the newer OLED display, which allows the screen to go through the front of the phone all the time.
But for now it is limited to these models, and even the latest iPhone XR is still using Apple\'s old LCD display.
According to a new report from the Wall Street Journal, starting from 2020, the company plans to completely switch to OLED displays in the iPhone.
The phone is also expected to be completely redesigned this year.
The new model, which is expected to be released in September, may remain roughly the same design as the current model, so the LCD display may continue to exist.
In recent years, LCD displays have largely fallen out of favor because they consume more batteries than their rival OLED technology, which also benefits richer blacks.
OLED displays can also be arranged into more unusual shapes, allowing for more radical changes in the design of the phone.
A report by the Wall Street Journal detailed concerns at the Japanese exhibition, which was not only affected by the decline in the LCD screen, also affected by a relatively low demand for the new iPhone XR that uses its screen.