iOS 11 will prevent the burnout of pixels
11.09.2017 0 Comments
Journalists are still exploring the beta release of iOS 11 GM and looking for clues related to the new Apple devices. At this time, 9to5Mac was able to find a function, anti-fading pixels in OLED displays.
OLED displays have an unpleasant feature. They are all subject to the so-called burn-in pixels: when the display for a long time been the image of the contours of the buttons or small parts of the interface, even if they are in this moment should not be.
How the new Apple smartphone will be affected by this issue is unknown. However, this feature OLED screens has become a cause for concern among fans of the company, pending new.
The latest leak confirms the fact that the problem exists, but Apple figured out how to deal with it. Unfortunately, it is not clear how, but in iOS 11 has a function of preventing the process.
In Samsung smartphones, for example, static image elements continuously moves a few pixels. Thus, the Korean company is struggling with the shortcomings of OLED panels.
Anyway, will have to wait to get to know will have X iPhone users with this problem.
iPhone X will be submitted for presentation tomorrow at 20:00. In addition to the new smartphone, the company will show the Apple TV with support for 4K video, and Apple Watch third generation.
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