Apple has released until today only iPhone models with displays based on LCD technology, but this will change most likely with iPhone 8.
Although currently iPhone 6S has just been released, and iPhone 7 is expected next year, apparently the big change in design and function will most likely come with the 2018 generation of iPhones. LCDs will be left behind, the company already seeking partners for the use of OLED displays. Information about this Apple decision comes from Japan, and it is speculated that this change is a response to competition’s offer, represented by companies such as Samsung and LG, which already offer OLED panels on their top smartphones models. Of course, Apple has taken into account the fact that many companies are turning almost exclusively to the OLED technology.
LG, one of Apple’s partners, which manufactures components for its products, has just announced the opening of a factory producing OLED panels in Japan, from where there will probably come a lot of displays dedicated to Apple phones.
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