While you can certainly argue that Apple arrived late to the OLED party, iPhones boasting the display tech have been slowly taking over the company’s yearly device lineups. It may not be long before Apple decides to fully embrace OLED, which of course means leaving LCD in the dust. That’s something Apple has been hesitant to do thus far, opting instead of offer LCD iPhones along costly OLED models.
In 2017, for instance, we only saw one OLED iPhone: the iPhone X. Last year, the number of OLED-sporting iPhones grew to three with the launch of the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, but alongside them also came the iPhone XR, which uses an LCD display and is less expensive as a result.
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