3:52AM Friday 13 July
LG Display has reportedly signed a deal with Apple under which it will start shipping both LCD and OLED panels to the US smartphone vendor for the production of its next-generation iPhone devices in the second half of 2018, according to a Korea-based Newspim report. Read More »
68 Days Ago Apple has placed an order with LG Display for OLED and LCD display panels, a report claims, with the South Korean firm said to be providing screens that will be used in the 2018 iPhone refresh this fall, alongside existing display provider Samsung.
68 Days Ago About two weeks ago, a report surfaced claiming that Apple is looking at LG as a potential supplier for its OLED panels and negotiations are in its final phase.
68 Days Ago Late last month Bloomberg reported that Apple has been looking to make LG’s Display division its second OLED screen supplier for the iPhone, after Samsung. At the time, Bloomberg noted that Apple was ordering approximately two to four million OLED screens from LG Display.
71 Days Ago Apple may adopt LED backlighting chips for the LCD panels in its forthcoming 6.1-inch iPhone that enable it to reduce screen bezel size and bring LCD panels closer to bezel-free OLED screens.
68 Days Ago LG has reportedly taken its fair share of Apple's orders for displays for its three new iPhones this year. How much is that share? The post LG Display signs deal to supply 2018 iPhones with up to 24 million screens appeared first on Pocketnow.
71 Days Ago Apple is expected to fully commit to its removal of the home button this year. All three upcoming iPhone models will reportedly feature the same "all-screen" design as the iPhone X, including the more affordable LCD model, which has received a bulk of the attention leading up to this fall.