When it launched its groundbreaking iPhone X product, Apple announced that it took a lot of money and effort to study a 'transcendent' OLED platform. The transcendence of this platform lies in whether it can fold in, making the lower border (or people called chin) thinner than any smartphone on the market.
But according to his findings Andrew Korman, a smartphone repair specialist at Milford, this is completely untrue. Accordingly, the folded part is not the base plate (not the visible part), but only the wire between the base plate and the electronic components inside.
Photo of OLED panels taken from iPhone X
This platform is completely flat, without any flex!
This is the other side, showing that the connecting wire is bent
Is this the wrong advertising game of Apple? The answer is definitely yes, but no matter how the company does it, still achieving such impressive results, users don't need to care!