Rumor is Apple will be using OLED displays on three of its 2019 iPhones. According to MacRumors, the company is working on a trio of phones that will be announced during Apple’s September Keynote.
The company is expected to use OLED displays for its second-generation iPhone X and iPhone X Plus smartphones. The low-cost option of the model is said to feature a 6.1-inch display similar to the one sported by the original iPhone X, but with LCD technology instead of OLED.
While this is not the first time this rumor has spread, the financial markets are taking it seriously this time; Reuters reports that shares of Japan Display (an LCD display supplier for the iPhone) fell as much as 21 percent today.
Meanwhile, Samsung is still the only OLED display supplier for the iPhone X. However, Apple has been reportedly investing billions (yes, billions) in LG in order to help the electronics company become the OLED display supplier for the new iPhones.
We will know more come September.
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