Apple’s Foldable IPhone To Come With Self Healing Screen Say Report, Minor Wear And Tear, Scratches And Dent Will Fix It By Itself
According to the report, Apple has applied named Electronic Devices with Flexible Display Cover Layers. (Symbolic photo)
- Self-healing displays will not be available on the first-generation foldable iPhone.
- Apple has tied up with Samsung to provide a foldable display.
Tech company Apple is popular for its powerful iPhone and the amazing features found in it. Soon, the company may also bring foldable phones to challenge Samsung, Huawei and Motorola. According to a report, Apple is working on a foldable iPhone with a self-healing display. How advanced it will be can be gauged from the fact that even minor scratches and dentures in the display will fix it by itself.
According to an Apple Insider, a patent application called “Electronic Devices with Flexible Display Cover Layers” suggests ways to reduce damage and to do something if damage occurs. This indicates that Apple’s new display will be composed of rigid and flexible areas that use self-healing.
Flexible display will also be above the hinge
According to Apple’s patent application, it may have a hinge in the foldable phone which will allow the device to bend with the bend axis. There will also be a display above the bend axis. It can bend without any damage from the bend axis, so the display can have a display cover layer with a flexible part.
First generation foldable iPhone will not be found
However, the self-healing display feature will not be included in the first generation of foldable iPhones, as the company has already placed a large order to provide samples with the Samsung display for at least a year. According to the Ice Universe claim, Apple seems to have tested those sample units and ordered a new batch of foldable displays from Samsung.
Samsung is supplying the display
The report states that, given the fact that Samsung is a leader in this field and that both brands have good business relationships, it makes sense to rely on Samsung to supply foldable displays for Apple. Samsung is considering moving the production of foldable screens to 10 million units a year based on demand.
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