Previously, the iPhone X's OLED screen was exclusively provided by Samsung. However, according to Bloomberg News, LG has become the second supplier of iPhone OLED display, which will supply 2 million to 4 million OLED screens. However, according to recent news from the Korean media, this supply will further increase.
Demand increases, Apple will purchase 5 million OLED screens from LG
"Korea Times" quoted an executive from LG subcontractor as saying that Apple will do its utmost to ensure the supply of second suppliers, and expects to purchase 3 million to 5 million OLED displays from LG. Screen.
According to the report, thanks to its low dependence on Samsung, Apple hopes to make huge profits for its OLED panel, while reducing the overall price of this year's new iPhone.
IT Home is informed that Apple's new 6.5-inch giant screen iPhone is expected to ship 45 million units, 6.1-inch LCD version of the iPhone is 30 million units, and the new 5.8-inch OLED iPhone X is 25 million units. Apple has ordered 70 million OLED panels from Samsung, of which 45 million are 6.5-inch models.