The iPad Pro and the iPhone X were entitled to the Displays of the Year. The Society for Information Display gave them this award during the annual Display Industry Awards that took place at Display Week, a yearly convocation and trade show.
The display awards are intended to showcase the high-quality and innovative work that is leading in the display industry. All 2018 award winners embrace products that were ready for buying during the 2017 calendar year.
Apple’s 10.5 and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models that were launched in June of 2017, won an award for the ProMotion display technology presented in the two devices. It enhances the text, scrolling, gaming, Apple Pencil latency, movies, and more.
Apple’s iPhone X was also awarded the Displays of the Year award for its edge-to-edge Super Retina display. It has the whole screen with no visible buttons. It gives the first OLED display in an iPhone, with support for HDR and True Tone.
Also, some non-Apple devices won awards including the Sharp 70-inch 8K LCD TV. And some modern technologies that involve Continental Automotive’s 3D Touch surface, Transparent Polyimide from Kolon Industries that is used for producing flexible displays. There are also some features like Optical In-Display Fingerprint Sensor from Synaptics and the LG UHD Crystal Sound OLED.
Each of the Displays of the Year award winners will be acknowledged during the Display Week awards luncheon. It is fixed to take place at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Wednesday, May 23.