The report reiterates that Samsung claims to be the leading supplier of OLED displays Apple, but may be unable to remain consistent with the demand for iPhones, coupled with the demand for its Galaxy smartphones. Recognizing the opportunity, the manufacturer Foxconn Apple has been developing glass and covers OLED screens last year, hoping to get his biggest client orders next year.
The widely rumored transition from Apple to the screens with OLED technology 2017 is a prerequisite for curved screens, while the technology also offers better contrast, quicker response, better viewing angles, greater energy efficiency and other advantages over LCD technology.
Today's report corroborates what you said KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who previously reported that the Cupertino company could launch a new iPhone with a curved AMOLED screen of 5.8 inches and a glass casing in the year 2017. in the report the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, described three new iPhone models, including two models of 4.7 and 5.5 inch LCD - based screens and a high - end model of 5.8 inches include an OLED or AMOLED screen.
Similarly, Apple is rumored that this year would develop three models of iPhone, but soon the speculation finally lost strength since it is believed that the company will launch only two models, probably in September.