The next generation of Apple’s iPhone may come with a screen from edge to edge, and without side frames. This will be possible thanks to a patent for OLED screen full of holes.

The patent was spotted by Apple Insider, and includes a set of LEDs on a flexible surface with small gaps between them. These gaps can help to transmit information to the light sensor or camera under the screen, or they could make it possible to put speakers, lights notifications and even a second screen (E Ink) behind the first.

They can even form a “window” through which users can see other objects directly over the phone while the screen displays another information. Of course, often dreams of hyper innovative phone did not come reality, we will have to wait “several” years to see true innovation, but this year Apple celebrates ten anniversary of the announcement of the first iPhone and we hope the company “celebrate” this event properly.

Finally, to complete “optimistically” will say that this is still only patent and is not sure when or if Apple will ever use it in their product.

https://i2.wp.com/gizbrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/apple-bezel-less-patent.jpg?fit=806%2C572https://i2.wp.com/gizbrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/apple-bezel-less-patent.jpg?fit=190%2C150Michael K.APPLETECH NEWSApple,Display,iPhone,patentThe next generation of Apple's iPhone may come with a screen from edge to edge, and without side frames. This will be possible thanks to a patent for OLED screen full of holes. The patent was spotted by Apple Insider, and includes a set of LEDs on a flexible surface with small...