A report by Taiwanese publication Digitimes claims that Apple will launch an iPhone with a 5.8-inch Oled display in “either 2018 or in 2017.”
The report further ignites the speculation about Apple ditching LCD display technology on iPhone in favour of Oled.
Report also claim that Apple will take on side with Samsung for the supply of the display. Digitimes reported that LG and Japan display will join in later, after Apple recently had a talk with Samsung and and Japan Display.
Following the estimate of manufacture, the production of Oled display could get a significant outcome in its first year of availability.
The Oled display offers brighter output, deeper black level while taking fewer real estate – thinner than the LCD panel currently utilized on iPhone models. Additionally, the display will also be more power efficient.
Its only a matter of time, until a Apple satisfies its users with the new innovation. In the meantime, every one whats to know what Apple plans to launch at its supposed March 21 event.
Different reports say Apple will use the event to launch a 4-inch iPhone dubbed iPhone SE, a 9.7-inch iPad Pro, and new Apple Watch models and bands.