Apple to Release Three iPhone Models With OLED Displays Next Year?

Apple to Release Three iPhone Models With OLED Displays Next Year?

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Apple is planning to use OLED display technology in three iPhone models that will be released next year, reports Nikkei. This year, Apple is expected to only use OLED for its premium 5.8-inch device while the new 4.7-inch iPhone 7s and 5.5-inch iPhone 7s Plus will still use an LCD display.

Sources in the OLED production equipment industry suggest that panel makers may not be able to produce enough to meet demand if Apple uses OLED displays in all new iPhones in 2018. This year, Apple will use OLED display only in its premium handset, which will offer a high screen-to-body ratio without the iconic home button. The two other models it will release will continue to sport liquid crystal displays, and these are expected to be sold into early 2019.

The news is viewed as a big win for Samsung Display. The company is planning to build the world's largest OLED plant to snatch up demand before other companies gain the technical skills required to make OLED displays.

Shipments of the new iPhones models are expected to reach 90 million this year, half of which will be the new OLED model.

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Apple to Release Three iPhone Models With OLED Displays Next Year?
Razzool - July 7, 2017 at 2:14pm
Apple is no longer innovative. Piece of Sh*t Android has been using OLED for years already. iPhone 8 will still sell in record numbers to all us dumb schmucks suckered into marketing. Steve would not have taken this crap.
me2 - July 6, 2017 at 3:41pm
if apple dose not come up with a REAL specs mobile this year, a lot of people switching to 1+5
Raas Al Ghul - July 6, 2017 at 3:47pm
Doubt that specs don’t mean everything example being octa core processors on many android phones yet iPhones dual core seem to be faster.
phenomenal - July 6, 2017 at 3:34pm
be years behind like usual
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