Apple introduced its latest iPhones, with four models, all featuring AMOLED displays. We'll start with the iPhone 13 which features a 6.1" Super Retina 1200 nits 1170x2532 (460 PPI) AMOLED display. The iPhone 13 mini offer similar specifications, with a 5.4" 1080x2340 1200 nits AMOLED (476 PPI) displays.

Apple iPhone 13 photo

The iPhone 13 Pro features a higher-end 6.1" 1170x2532 (460 PPI) 10Hz-120Hz 1200 nits LTPO AMOLED display, and the iPhone 13 Pro Max gets a larger 6.7-inch 1284x2778 (258 PPI) LTPO AMOLED.

Apple iPhone 13 Pro photo

All of Apple's new iPhones will ship by the end of September, starting at $800 for the iPhone 13, $700 for the iPhone 13 mini, $1000 for the iPhone 13 Pro and $1,100 for the iPhone 13 Pro Max.

Apple also announced its new smartwatch, the Watch Series 7 which sports a larger display compared to the Series 7 (as Apple decreased the bezel, the whole display size remains the same) - a 448x368 1000-nits LTPO AMOLED display. The Watch Series 7 will ship by the end of 2021, starting at $399.

Apple Watch Series 7 photo



None of the Apple iPhone 13

None of the Apple iPhone 13 device models have AMOLED displays. They are all OLED displays.

All smartphone-type OLED

All smartphone-type OLED displays are AMOLED displays. An AMOLED is a type of OLED, it is an OLED driven by an active matrix display.

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