According to foreign media reports, Apple recently submitted a new registered trademark of Super Retina Display to the European Union. A new generation of iPhones may use the display and support a 120Hz refresh rate, but the appearance of the display will not change much, and the Mini ID design of the Face ID component may be used to get rid of the “small bangs” shape and achieve “comprehensive Screen effect.
Apple has already adopted the Super Retina display for the first time on the iPhone XS series, and the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max introduced this year. The display has a brightness of up to 1200 nits and a contrast ratio of 200,000:1 and is considered by the testing body to be one of the best displays available today.
Apple specifically registered trademarks for the Super Retina Display, on the one hand to avoid name abuse, and on the other hand to predict the breakthrough of the next generation iPhone.
In view of Apple’s previous exposure to stop the waterfall screen test project, next year’s next generation iPhone will continue to adopt flexible OLED display, but will achieve similar full-screen visual effects with the miniaturization of Face ID components.
Well-known analyst Guo Mingxi believes that Apple plans to launch three new iPhones next year, all equipped with OLED display and support 5G technology. At the same time, in terms of body size, it will include high-end 6.7-inch and 5.4-inch versions, as well as a low-end 6.1-inch version. In addition, next year’s three next-generation iPhones may all be equipped with a super retina display, and the high-end version will support a 120Hz refresh rate.
Earlier, news broke @BenGeskin that Apple had at least produced a prototype of a next-generation iPhone with a 6.7-inch display, which eliminated the bangs that lasted for generations compared to the biggest changes in the past. The styling, Face ID’s TrueDepth component is installed in the ultra-narrow bezel of the top of the phone, which is the real full screen effect we mentioned earlier.
As the next three generations of iPhones will support 5G technology next year, there is news that Apple will adopt a three-layer motherboard design, leaving more room for 5G chips and batteries. However, some netizens said that the next generation iPhone is not a three-layer motherboard in the true sense. The motherboard of the new iPhone will be the conventional double-layer motherboard +5G small board of AP+RF, and the connection method uses cable and inline. The form of the seat buckle.
In addition, the design of the iPhone may also change, returning to the flat right angle design of the iPhone 4, and slotting the metal in the middle frame, which is conducive to the internal antenna layout and reduce the impact of metal on high frequency transmission efficiency.