The display on the iPhone XR is a 6.1-inch LCD (liquid crystal display) with a resolution of 1792 x 828 pixels. It is an LED-backlit display, which means it uses LED lights to illuminate the screen and produce images.
One of the standout features of the iPhone XR’s display is its wide color gamut, which means it is capable of displaying a wide range of colors. This gives the display more vibrancy and accuracy, which can make images and videos appear more lifelike and true to life.
The iPhone XR’s display also has a feature called True Tone, which adjusts the white balance of the display based on the ambient lighting conditions. This helps to reduce eyestrain and make the display easier to read in different lighting environments.