Apple orders 70 million OLED display for new iPhone

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For the production of the new iPhone, Apple has ordered 70 million OLED panels , reports Nikkei. Samsung, as it is known, will be the sole supplier of such components of the Cupertino company.

For the iPhone of 2017 we expect a very high demand, considering it likely that the device will feature a completely new design, with edge-to-edge display, body glass and more. Apple and Samsung are are therefore preparing to “tackle” the question with an order of 70 million OLED display.

The information shared by Nikkei come from a source with knowledge of the facts, whose indiscretions match with those of David Hsieh IHS Markit: ” Apple has ordered 70 million OLED panels from Samsung this year, Samsung ready to produce 95 million for Apple in 2017, when demand exceeds expectations. »

The source Nikkei, in addition to information on the order of the panels, he also shared details about the next iPhone , recovering rumor already known to most. According to the site, the premium version (iPhone 8?) Smartphone will have a display of 5.2 “, and will not have the physical Home button. Also coming two iPhone 4.7 “and 5.5” respectively (iPhone and iPhone 7s 7s Plus?), With LCD and physical Home button display. All three models will support wireless charging, and will be waterproof. The model with OLED display also may support facial recognition, thanks to a 3D sensor.

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