Apple Ordered 180 Million OLED Displays From Samsung
According to the latest reports, Apple will receive 180 million OLED screens from Samsung. Apple has switched entirely to OLED iPhones this year for the first time, and according to the previous report, the company plans to replicate the 2021 process with the iPhone 13 series. According to some new estimates, the California-based technology giant has an increasing interest in OLED panels.
In a new report released by The Elec, it is estimated that Apple will release 160 million to 180 million screen technology ranging next year. It is believed that Samsung will become the first supplier of OLED displays for iPhones in 2021. This will include shipments of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 series, and therefore Apple will buy more OLED displays in 2021.
The OLED display supply has been a controversy for some time. LCD-based versions such as the iPhone SE 2020, iPhone XR, and iPhone 11 are popular around the world. However, the biggest winner of the increase in OLED iPhone shipments for 2021 seems to be Samsung. The Korean technology giant is thought to sell up to 140 million of the OLED panels to Apple. The remaining shipments are expected to be supplied by LG and BOE, which are supposed to solve quality problems.
According to a previous report, the iPhone 13 series will feature four models; with the same screen sizes as the iPhone 12 family. It is stated that the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will most likely feature 120Hz LTPO screens. The new iPhone 13 series is reported to arrive in September 2021 instead of October; so don’t forget to check out Newsney for future reports!