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  1. Maura

    LG Display Becomes Apple’s Second OLED Display Supplier

    Bloomberg reports that it looks as though LG Display has finally been successful in its bid to become Apple’s second supplier of OLED displays for the iPhone X, joining Samsung, which was, until this point, Apple’s sole supplier of OLED displays for iPhone X Bloomberg says that there were two...
  2. Maura

    New Report Says all Three 2019 iPhones Will Have OLED Displays

    A new report from South Korea’s ETNews, via AppleInsider, says that by 2019 all new iPhones will have OLED displays. According to ETNews’ source, Apple has just started planning its 2019 iPhone line-up, and has decided that all three of the rumoured phones will have OLED displays. In contrast...
  3. Maura

    Rumour: 2018 LCD iPhone to Use LG G7 ThinQ Display Tech

    9to5 Mac reports today that according to a report from Business Korea, Apple plans to use LG’s new technology for its forthcoming LCD iPhone. Patently Apple already reported this as a possibility earlier in the week, and this latest report would appear to back that up. LG’s new technology...
  4. Maura

    Apple’s Plans to Source Some of its OLED Displays From LG Affected by Delays

    According to a story from The Wall Street Journal today, via AppleInsider, Apple’s bid to bring another OLED display supplier on board aside from Samsung may have run into an obstacle thanks to LG “struggling” with the quality of its OLED panel production. The WSJ says that due to its...
  5. Maura

    LG Display Wins Contract to Supply OLED Displays for 2018 iPhone Line-Up

    According to a new report from Electronic Times via MacRumors today, LG Display has won the contract that it has been lobbying for from Apple to supply OLED displays for forthcoming iPhones. A source familiar with Apple’s plans told Electronic Times that LG had signed a deal with Apple to make...
  6. Maura

    Apple and LG Working on Developing Foldable iPhones

    While we’re all waiting for the launch of the iPhone X next month, 9to5 Mac reports that Apple is already looking way ahead in terms of future iPhones, and is currently working with LG to develop an iPhone with a foldable OLED panel. The sources of the original report in The Bell say that Apple...
  7. Maura

    Apple Said to be Paying LG $2.7 Billion for OLED iPhone Display Production Line

    Earlier in the month reports surfaced that Apple was looking to invest heavily in LG’s OLED production lines in order to secure them exclusively for iPhone screens. Now, more details have emerged about the deal, thanks to a new report from Korea Economic Daily via 9to5 Mac. According to the...
  8. Maura

    Apple Set to Invest Up to $2.62 Billion in LG’s New OLED Plant

    Even though Samsung is currently Apple's sole supplier of OLED displays, Apple never likes to have all its supplier eggs in one basket, hence today’s story from The Investor, via AppleInsider, that Apple is looking to invest from 2 to 3 trillion won ($1.75 billion to $2.62 billion) in a new LG...
  9. Maura

    LG Display Invests Heavily in Chance of Making OLED Displays for Apple

    According to a new report in Korea’s ET News, via 9to5 Mac, LG Display is investing heavily in the hope that it will soon be joining Samsung as one of Apple’s OLED display suppliers for the iPhone. Industry sources told ET News that LG Display is pumping investment into its production capacity...
  10. Maura

    Rumour: Apple Wants LG Display to Produce OLED Displays for iPhone

    AppleInsider reports that according to Business Korea, Apple wants LG Display to get involved with OLED display production as competition for Samsung, which is currently the biggest OLED manufacturer in the world and which will be supplying all OLED displays for the forthcoming iPhone 8. LG...
  11. Maura

    Apple Said to be Among the First Customers for LG's new Folding OLED Technology

    According to a new report from Korean website etnews, via 9to5 Mac, LG Display has teamed up with Apple, Microsoft, and Google to mass-produce folding OLED displays. etnews says that the three companies are among the first to order supplies of the new displays, which will enter mass production...
  12. Maura

    Samsung and LG Scramble to Win OLED iPhone Display Orders From Apple

    According to a new report from BusinessKorea, via 9to5 Mac, Samsung and Apple are locked in a “do-or-die” fight to wrestle OLED display orders from Apple for forthcoming iPhones. Both companies are said to be investing a total of approximately $11.6 million this year in the production of...
  13. Maura

    Rumour: Apple is Working on an OLED Phone for 2017

    AppleInsider reports today on a new report from Nikkei that says that Apple plans to launch a range of iPhones with OLED display technology in 2017, which would be a year earlier than previous rumours have stated. The sources for this recent rumour, who are familiar with Apple’s business...
  14. Maura

    LG to Increase OLED Display Production for Big iPhone Order?

    According to a story from South Korea’s ET News today, via AppleInsider, LG is to boost production of OLED displays at its 6G facilities in the first half of 2017, aiming for 75,000 substrates per month. LG’s current 4.5G facilities produce 20,000 substrates per month, so this is a particularly...
  15. Maura

    LG Display and Samsung Said to be Making OLED Screens for iPhone

    It’s looking increasingly likely that Apple is set to start using organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology for its iPhone screens, with Reuters reporting today that both South Korea’s LG Display and Samsung Electronics’ panel-making unit are in talks with Apple to supply OLED screens for...
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