Apple will introduce new screen technology in this year's new iphone, which will make the weight of the phone relatively light, according to new reports.
Some of the iPhone models released in 2020 will use integrated touch-touch panels from LG, in other words, a touch-circuit technology that integrates directly with OLED panels without the need for additional touch layers, which will make the display panels thinner and more energy-efficient.
The iPhone 11 Pro series released last year was actually heavier than the iPhone XS series, as Apple boosted its battery capacity. LG is also preparing to upgrade the OLED screen to the LTPO backlight technology, which saves 15 percent more electricity than the LTPS.
The iPhone 12 series will fully carry Qualcomm's 5G baseband X55. Qualcomm's x55 is now the only 5g baseband for simultaneous support of sub-6ghz and mmwave, and apple will start expanding its 2020 7nm capacity with a 5g baseband that supports only sub-6ghz or supports sub-6ghz and mmwave (mmwave), depending on the country's 5g.
The supply chain news shows that Apple is expecting four iPhone 12s, including two iPhone 12s with inch and inch OLED panels, an iPhone 12 Pro with inch OLED panels and an iPhone ProMax with inch OLED panels, among which the iPhone 12 Pro\/Pro Max will carry 3-shot and ToF.