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The iPhone 15 models are set to arrive with a more power-efficient OLED display driver chip, based on a 28nm manufacturing process, as per a recent report from Taiwan’s Economic Daily News. This development would allow for longer battery life for the iPhone 15 models due to reduced power consumption.
Currently, the iPhone models use OLED display driver chips manufactured based on a 40nm process. The move to a more advanced manufacturing process for the display driver chip would significantly improve the power efficiency of the iPhone 15, ultimately contributing to a longer-lasting battery life.
Despite rumors suggesting that the next iPhone may not come with any major display upgrades, Apple’s Dynamic Island technology is expected to expand to the standard iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus models. Dynamic Island is a feature that allows certain parts of the screen to refresh at a higher rate than others, enhancing the visual experience for users.
Additionally, there are reports that the bezels around the display on the iPhone 15 Pro models will be thinner, giving them a similar appearance to the Apple Watch Series 8. This would provide a sleeker and more modern look for the iPhone 15 Pro models.
While these rumors should be taken with a grain of salt, Apple has a reputation for making improvements in incremental steps, so it wouldn’t be surprising to see these upgrades in the iPhone 15 models. With the iPhone 15 release set for later this year, fans are eagerly anticipating what new features and improvements Apple will bring to the table.