We have long known that Apple plans to launch a moderately priced 6.1 inch LCD iPhone this year, and a report today shows that the device will use JDI's Full Active LCD display.
According to a report by Japanese media Macotakara, the 6.1 inch iPhone will use the Full Active display of Japanese manufacturer JDI. Through this display, apple can achieve the lowest 0.5mm super narrow border. As a contrast, the border of iPhone X is 1mm.
Today's report shows that the 6.1 inch iPhone frames are narrow in four directions, but they do not provide specific data. Before that, many reports and rendering showed that the 6.1 - inch LCD iPhone border would be larger than the OLED frame, and the current situation seemed to contradict previous reports.
This is not the first time we have heard that iPhone will adopt Full Active technology. A report from the Wall Street journal last year showed that Apple was working with JDI to develop such technologies, but it was not clear when the technology could be applied to iPhone.
In addition, Macotakara's report also shows that Apple Corp is facing 6.1 inch iPhone production problems. It is said that the mass production of this phone has started this month, but its yield is far below Apple's expectations. Therefore, Macotakara said that Apple will be forced to postpone the listing time of the 6.1 inch LCD model to November.