LG Display will provide Apple with $ 2 milli to $ 4 milli OLED panels for this year's iPhone X Plus

Apple's multi-billi dollar investment in LG Display to start providing OLED technology is close to bearing fruit, reports South China Morning Post . According to newspaper sources, the Korean firm is almost ready to become Apple's secd supplier of OLED displays, allowing Apple to reduce its dependence Samsung, currently the ly manufacturer of iPhone models X.

LG Display's first OLED displays will be used in a model of the new iPhones scheduled for release this year. LG Display wants to provide all screens for this Apple model, although it is not clear that it can still achieve this, said e of the people. The shipment is subject to two levels of approval, the first of which is expected around the mth of July.

Rumors have suggested that LG will be the provider of this year's 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus. The sources in today's LG Display claim report will initially provide between 2 milli and 4 milli units, as it ctinues to work ramp-up capability. While these numbers are low compared to Apple's sales, the sources note that they would help Apple to leverage price negotiatis with Samsung because it seems to eventually switch to OLED-based producti. ly for iPhone.

In April, the Wall Street Journal claimed that mass producti problems had caused LG to be late the schedule agreed with Apple. As a result, opinis within Apple were divided the questi of whether LG Display would be able to …

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