Apple Appears to Deal with LG for OLED Displays to be Used in iPhones
We have recently seen that Apple will sign up with Samsung for OLED displays on their devices. According to a rumor, Apple’s OLED display supplier will not be the only Samsung.
OLED displays are a display technology that we see frequently, especially on mobile devices. We also knew that Apple had been working for a long time to switch to OLED screens instead of LCD, and worked with South Korean technology giant Samsung. Apparently Apple will not be the only supplier of OLED displays for iPhones.
According to a new analyst report by Barclays, displayed by MacRumors, Apple will agree with the LG team to receive orders for OLED displays for iPhones to be released in 2019. The report also states that the Chinese supplier BOE may receive OLED screen orders in early 2020.
Speaking of the year 2019 we are in, let’s talk about the phones that are expected to be released this year. One of the expected models this year is the iPhone’s successor to the 5.8-inch OLED display. In addition, the iPhone XS Max is expected to come with a successor with a 6.5-inch OLED display. In addition, the iPhone XR is expected to come with a 6.1-inch LCD screen successor.
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The rumors that have been circulating for a while, however, emphasize that by 2020, Apple will put aside LCD screens and use OLED display technology. If Apple agrees with other companies apart from Samsung for OLED displays, the likelihood of this rumor is even greater. Because if OLED display technology will be used completely by 2020, finding different suppliers can be an important issue.