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Thursday, 30 June 2016

Samsung will send 40 million OLED panels to Apple

Samsung, the largest supplier of OLED displays, will play a major role in the development of the new iPhone design 8 2017 paper.

DigiTimes Research Research glimpse that Samsung may even double its shipments of OLED panels to Apple. At the moment, it is expected that the South Korean company to send 40 million OLED panels.

However, these figures could rise to scandalous whopping 120 million units in 2019.

Apple already uses OLED panels in their wearable

Currently, the Cupertino company has a device with OLED displays in its product line: the Apple Watch. But the "appetite" of Apple OLED displays has grown lately.

It is expected that Apple completely redesigned iPhone in 2017 , while the iPhone 7 , 2016 will be slight changes in antenna bands and little more.

7s iPhone or Apple iPhone 8 will have 5.5 inch and a curved OLED screen with a crystal case instead of aluminum.

Estimates indicate that Samsung plans to multiply its production of OLED panels for next year, a move that is made ​​in anticipation of the Apple iPhone with OLED screens.

In fact, Samsung Display has announced plans to increase the number of OLED panels by more than 50% during 2016, with an investment of 6,820 million dollars.

So far it speculated that Samsung will be the main supplier of OLED panels for Apple company. But Sharp , Foxconn, also wants a piece of the pie in the chain of manufacturing the iPhone and also prepares its production of OLED panels facing the last quarter of 2017.

The numbers are spectacular, this is what seems to indicate that shipments of OLED panels will go not only to Apple Watch, but also the iPhone 7s, and / or iPhone 8.

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