Why you should upgrade your iPhone XS Max?
By now, you’ve probably seen or heard about the XSMax’s new display.
You may have even noticed the fact that Apple’s iPhone 8 and XS phones are now available with OLED displays.
The reason for that is because Apple made an effort to get a new OLED display to be a little cheaper.
The OLED display is very thin and extremely light.
In fact, it has been compared to the lightest LCDs in its class, making it a very attractive alternative to LCDs.
OLEDs are also extremely flexible.
So they are great for use in applications where there’s no screen to cover everything, like a VR headset.
Apple has already been working on a new display for the X1 since it was revealed at IFA 2017.
Now the company is bringing the OLED technology to the X2.
In a recent patent, Apple showed off the display being able to display the text “The price is right” in OLED format.
The X2 has a 10-inch, 1080p OLED display.
This is great news for users who want a display that’s also thinner, and lighter, and brighter.
It also means Apple has to get rid of some of the smaller pixels in the OLED display, which can cause a slight decrease in pixel density.
The OLED screen should also be able to fit into a smaller space, so that a 10.1-inch display is possible for most iPhone owners.
That said, if you are upgrading from an X1, then you will still have to upgrade to the OLED XS model.
The XS models will only have the display in a 3D format, and will only offer a higher resolution than the iPhone 8 or XS.
This means that there will be some noticeable differences in pixel counts.
The new iPhone Xs models will be slightly smaller than the X3 models, and the X4 models will have a smaller screen.
If you are thinking about upgrading from a previous model to the new XS, then this is the right time to make the upgrade.
If you’re looking for a better screen, then the iPhone X2 is a better option.
The iPhone X series has always had good OLED displays, so it should come as no surprise that Apple is using them on its latest iPhones.
But now that OLED displays have become more affordable, Apple should be able improve the quality of OLED displays for consumers.