To achieve the screen design of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, Samsung needs to punch out the pill-shaped hole on the OLED panels. However, this process can damage the pixels around this pill, and expose them to mold and oxygen. To avoid this, Samsung creates a kind of “dam” that isolates these surrounding pixels. But while Samsung normally uses a laser method, Apple would have asked the Korean giant (its supplier) to use another method based on inkjet.
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