Samsung is probably responsible for the Apple iPhone 15 Pro’s display, which might have a significantly brighter screen and be useful on sunny days.
Although the iPhone 15 Pro doesn’t yet have a release date, rumours are now speculating about what it would have to offer when it does so later this year in 2023.
Display for the Apple iPhone 15 Pro from Samsung
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According to a fresh leak, the forthcoming iPhone 15 Pro will likely have a display built by Samsung, as reported by Tom’s Guide recently.
According to reports, the South Korean phone manufacturer intends to integrate its new “M13” screen into the more recent high-end Apple flagship.
The “M13” is an improvement above what the current Galaxy S23 Ultra series has to offer, according to Tom’s Guide. The “M11” display, which the renowned tech company has been employing in its mobile devices since 2021, is the only one included in the Samsung flagship lineup.
The South Korean-based company has allegedly been utilising the same panel for quite some time, according to the leaker going by the handle “Chuvn888.”
The Samsung “M11” panel first came to public attention in 2021 with the release of the Galaxy S21 Ultra.
The phone manufacturer adopted the same panel for the Galaxy S22 Ultra the following year, and the Galaxy S23 Ultra followed suit.
The leaker did reveal that a new “M13” panel might be included in the next iPhone 15 Pro. But what contribution does this new display make?
Samsung Display That Is Much Brighter
According to Apple Insider, a leaker going by the handle Shrimp Apple Pro claims that the iPhone 15 Pro may be powered by Samsung’s next processor.
The display of the high-end mobile gadget should become significantly brighter than its predecessor.
superior than the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra and the iPhone 14 Pro?
The current iPhone 14 Pro models, including the Pro and the Pro Max, have the brightest display for any iPhone currently available, according to the Apple-focused news source.
The iPhone 15 Pro models, however, appear to be becoming slightly brighter than these two gadgets. The forthcoming Samsung panel is expected to support up to 2,500 nits, according to leaks.
According to Apple Insider, when people use the most recent iPhones outside, their peak brightness can reach up to 2,000 nits. However, indoor use can accommodate up to 1,000 nits.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has a maximum peak brightness of 1,760 nits, according to GSM Arena.