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Although the technology of iphone 7 touch screen is backward, its Visual effect is still very good
Author:UP Technology company    Time:2017-03-06 16:06:57    Written words:【large】【middle】【small
Abstract:In some ways, such as Peak Brightness and color precision, the Screen iPhone 7 Beat the other smart phone screens, but the potential of LCD touch screen has been used up, in the future although LCD will continue to dominate, OLED is the technology to beat.

In some ways, such as Peak Brightness and color precision, the Screen iPhone 7 Beat the other smart phone screens, but the potential of LCD touch screen has been used up, in the future although LCD will continue to dominate, OLED is the technology to beat. 

Generally, the best screen is installed in the latest mobile phones. However, what's interesting is that the new Apple iPhone in 2016 use the LCD screen, but for others, for example: Galaxy S7,Note 7,Nexus 6P,Moto Z,LG G5,they have discarded the LCD technology, even so, the screen of apple iPhone still have outstanding performance, belong to the best one.

OLED continues to be a rave success in picture quality, and a major disappointment in terms of production costs and longevity. Manufacturers still are not seeing good yields (the ratio of viable LED layers produced for each dud), and the relatively short lifespan of the blue OLED (three are used for each pixel: red, green, and blue) continues to complicate the manufacturing process.

LCDs were grudgingly admitted to remain the future, if and until, and possibly regardless if OLED tech can overcome its challenges. LCDs are easy to produce, but low pixel density amorphous silicone LCDs will remain the majority of products shipped for the near future. Low-Temperature Poly-Silicon types, with their ability to fit more pixels per inch (up to about 500PPI, or what’s sometimes referred to as Retina), will remain in second place, with metal-oxide types making inroads.

The iPhone 8 will bring us what will probably be Apple’s biggest screen upgrade since the introduction of the retina display: an OLED screen that should offer users an even better iPhone experience. However, only one of the three iPhone 8 units expected next year will ship with an OLED display. OLED technology has reached a point where it’s affordable to use on the iPhone, a move Apple kept postponing due to cost and supply concerns. But screen supply won’t be able to meet Apple’s requirements, and two iPhone 8 versions will launch with LCD displays.

Panasonic’s new tech will control the light on a pixel-by-pixel basis, similar to what happens with OLED panels. A new layer of light-modulating cells will “permit pixel-by-pixel control of backlight intensity.” That means a Panasonic LCD could offer deeper blacks and better colors in future products, similar to what an OLED screen has to offer.

However, it’s likely that Panasonic competitors will be eager to replicate this LCD innovation and adapt it for other devices, including iPhones. After all, what better way to attract Apple’s attention than with an LCD display that can offer OLED-like performance for a lower price?

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