Apple is reportedly working on adopting a new display technology for its upcoming iPhone 15 launch. These brand-new screens will offer significantly larger displays, thinner bezels, and improved power efficiency.
What is LIPO Display Technology?
The tech Apple will use is called LIPO, or Low-Injection Pressure Over-Molding. According to Bloomberg, this will allow them to shrink the border size on the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max from 2.2 millimetres to 1.5 millimetres.
LIPO Display Technology is not new to Apple as the company has used this process in the Apple Watch Series 7, and now making its way to the iPhone. It’s also eventually expected to make its way to iPad devices.
What This Means for Apple’s Latest iPhones
LIPO displays do not only make a sleeker device. They can also improve durability and strength thanks to the molding process. It creates a thinner, lighter case that’s more water-resistant and dust-resistant.
Using the LIPO process also enhances the wireless charging efficiency of the latest iPhones. They can reduce interference due to the metal components.
What We Know So Far on Apple’s Latest iPhones
In an earlier report by MacRumors, the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max will have a titanium frame to improve their strength and durability. They will also come with solid-state buttons with haptic feedback for a more intuitive experience.
You can also expect the higher-end models to feature more RAM at 8GB, a step up from the 6GB of the current iPhone 14 Pro.