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Apple Updates iPhone X's Support Page to Teach Users How OLED Display works

Apple's iPhone X screen is without bezel. The flagship phone has an OLED screen. The OLED screen technology is widely known for its deep contrast and saturation, also known for known for its tendency to get burn-in. Google Pixel 2 XL owners have reported cases of screen burn-in. Apple is definitely trying to avoid suffering the same fate.

According to Apple, the iPhone has the best OLED display to ever ship with a smartphone while offering the best color accuracy."The 5.8-inch Super Retina display has incredible contrast at a 1,000,000 to 1 contrast ratio, high brightness, and a cinema standard wide color gamut. Together with the best system color management, colors are precisely calibrated at all times to deliver an optimal viewing experience."

The tech giant Apple explained further that if you look at an OLED display from off-screen angle, you might notice slight shift in hue and hue. This is a characteristics of OLED display and it is absolutely normal.

The Super Retina display has been engineered to be the best in the industry, also to reduce the effect of OLED screen 'burn in".

Apple furthermore explained that iPhone X is specially designed to reduce the effects of long-term use and extend the viewing life of the Super Retina display. You can read more on this Apple Support Page.
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