Apple registered super retina screen trademark: suggesting the next generation iPhone screen upgrade: On November 18th, according to foreign media reports, Apple applied to the European Union for registration of the “Super Retina” (Super Retina) display registered trademark.
It is reported that Apple used the super retina display on the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, which was rated as one of the best mobile phone displays by DisplayMate.
This time Apple registered the super retina display trademark, the industry speculated that Apple may add new technology on the next generation of iPhone, the display effect is worth looking forward to. On the other hand, registered trademarks can circumvent the abuse of names by others.
Well-known analyst Guo Mingxi revealed that Apple will still launch three iPhones next year. Unlike the iPhone 11 series, the three new iPhones will use OLED display and support 5G.
In other words, the next-generation iPhone may be equipped with a super retina display, and the high-end version is expected to support a high refresh rate of 120Hz.
In addition, whether the next-generation iPhone will retain the bangs plan is temporarily unknown, and it is rumored that the next-generation iPhone Face ID TrueDepth component is installed in the ultra-narrow bezel of the forehead of the mobile phone. If the message is true, it will achieve a true full-screen effect.