The 120 Hz screens that Apple will use on iPhone 13 models, which it will introduce in September, will be supplied from Samsung, according to a new report from reliable news source TheElec.
Information has emerged about a new partnership between Apple and Samsung. According to leaked information, Samsung will be the only partner supplying screens to Apple for new iPhones.
iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max will come with a 120Hz display
It is said that only the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will get new LTPO AMOLED screens with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, and these will only be produced by Samsung Display. Not only that, but Samsung Electro-Mechanics will also supply hard and flexible printed circuit boards (RFPCB).
This material is used to connect the OLED panel to the motherboard. RFPCB is a hard, but foldable card, which allows for better product designs and faster transmission of electrical signals. In addition, RFPCBs is an expensive material from the more traditional FPCBs. Samsung Electro-Mechanics, on the other hand, had thought about quitting its RFPCB business last year because it had not made a profit in the last few years, and the last product it supplied the cards to was the iPhone 12. It seems that in this area, the company can achieve an exit after the iPhone 13 generation.