According to foreign media reports 9to5Mac, developers revealed last week, iOS 11 GM version of the firmware found a slowdown with the aging of the OLED display (that is, burning screen phenomenon) function. iPhone X will be Apple's first iPhone display screen with iPhone models.
Although the LCD panel will appear burning screen phenomenon, but the current OLED panel on the market seems to be more prone to such a situation. So, Apple's new iPhone X mobile phone will be exposed to the negative impact of the OLED display it? This question has raised a lot of controversy on the Internet.
The leaked firmware code shows that the purchase of iPhone X users still have to be careful, because the burning screen is likely to appear on this phone. At present, we do not know how iOS 11 software will slow down the OLED screen aging. This feature may be enabled in the settings, or the system is permanently enabled by default.
If the screen of the OLED screen shows the same still content for a long time, there is no change in brightness or hue, the burning screen phenomenon will occur, and lead to blur. Some Samsung phones use pixel transfer technology to cleverly change the position of the content on the screen to limit the pixels to display the same color for the same time.
At present, we do not know what Apple will do, iPhone status bar in the relatively static white text and icons seem to be able to lead to burning screen, and the firmware code shows a simple fact that Apple has iOS 11 system Made some countermeasures to reduce the possibility of users facing the phenomenon of burning screen.
iPhone X will be in the morning of September 13 at the Apple conference debut, and wait until the phone into the market, we can really know whether the burning screen phenomenon will become its real problem.