I'm not familiar with the specifics of OLED and burn-in associated with it. So I'm asking from those here who are more educated with the technology on what to do to minimize the chance of this happening to my phone (which is going to be delivered today). I plan on using true tone as well as auto brightness so hopefully this will help. My main concern with burn-in (or image retention as some would prefer to call it) is when I do my daily workout. I do daily indoor cycling workouts using a software called Zwift on my Mac along with the companion app on my iPhone. My workouts are pretty much every day and they last typically 45-60 minutes each time. The companion app that is on my phone has a main screen which is an overhead view of the course I'm on with dots on the streets that represent other riders (kind of a MMO but everyone is doing an indoor ride as well) and the map does move slowly so I'm pretty sure that the main part of the screen will be ok with the exception of my dot...it stays stationary while the rest of the map moves. So that's concern #1. Concern #2 is at the top and bottom of the screen. They are thicker "bars" that do not change so I'm worried about burn-in there. At 45-60 minutes a day is this enough to cause burn-in? Like I said, I'm not familiar with OLED so I would greatly appreciate some advice here. If this is enough to cause burn-in then I'll just have to get used to not using the companion app...not a terribly big deal.