LG takes action for the iPhone 11 Pro series!
The iPhone 11 series will be introduced on September 10, making it known to everyone. A few days after LG Innotek started to produce camera modules for iPhones, it was announced that LG Display started producing OLED displays.
In this context, LG is expected to meet 10 percent (6 million – 7 million) of the screens Apple needs. iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max OLED screen will be used, iPhone 11 model will use the LCD screen.
LG Display for iPhone 11 Pro display starts production
In the second half of last year, LG Display surpassed Apple’s standards for OLED displays. Samsung will assume the main load for the screens of the iPhone models this year, while LG will assume a 10 percent load, as we have already mentioned.
This may change for the 2020 iPhone. BOE, which has come a long way in terms of screen production in the recent period, may be Apple’s third screen supplier in addition to Samsung and LG next year.
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Switching to 5G technology will increase phone prices, so Apple’s 2020 iPhone models said it wants to reduce the cost of OLED panels. In this way, the price increase that 5G technology will bring will be prevented to some extent.
The Chinese BOE offers OLED displays at a much more affordable price compared to Samsung and LG. The reason why LG is given a low share is that the technology giant has previously struggled with OLED display production. The production line needs to be expanded to have more shares.