Apple Likely To Reduce iPhone 16 Bezels Thanks To New Display Tech

If you thought that the bezels on your iPhone 16 Pro were thin, you ain’t seen nothing yet. That’s assuming reports of ultra-thin iPhone 16 bezels are accurate, and a new report explains exactly how Apple intends to make them happen.

The technology, Sisa Journal reports, is called Border Reduction Structure and it’s expected to come to all four models of the new iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Pro.

It’s all made possible thanks to the way the new models’ displays will be put together.

According to the smartphone industry on the 19th, Apple plans to apply BRS technology to the iPhone 16 series display. BRS technology is a borderless display technology that designs the border at the bottom of the panel to be as thin as possible. It reduces the bezel area underneath by rolling the copper wires at the bottom upward.

It’s said that Apple intended to use the same technology with the iPhone 15 lineup but ultimately decided against it due to heat concerns. Now, it’s thought Apple has been able to bypass those issues thanks to improvements in heat dissipation technology.

The report goes on to say that Samsung Display, LG Display, and BOE are all lined up to produce displays for the iPhone 16 series of devices.

If Apple follows its usual pattern we can expect it to debut the new iPhones in the first couple of weeks of September this year, making them available for sale around 10 days later.

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