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It takes 17 hours for an image to burn in on the iPhone X, test shows
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Enlarge / The iPhone X’s display, with rounded edges and the sensor housing—also called the notch. Samuel Axon. reader comments 42. Share this story. Korean tech site and phone marketplace Cetizen tested OLED displays on the iPhone X, the Samsung
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Published On: Wed, Jan 3rd, 2018

It takes 17 hours for an image to burn in on the iPhone X, test shows – Ars Technica


Ars Technica

It takes 17 hours for an image to burn in on the iPhone X, test shows
Ars Technica
Enlarge / The iPhone X's display, with rounded edges and the sensor housing—also called the notch. Samuel Axon. reader comments 42. Share this story. Korean tech site and phone marketplace Cetizen tested OLED displays on the iPhone X, the Samsung ...
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