Samsung Display has secured nearly 80 percent of the orders for the OLED display for Apple's new iPhone 12, according to DigiTimes.
DigiTimes, citing industry sources, said Samsung Display has secured nearly 80 percent of the orders for AMOLED panels for Apple's new 2020 iPhone, while LG Display and BOE will share the remaining orders.
Digitimes said that due to the impact of the epidemic and the significant increase in OLED production capacity, Mini LED applications in 2020 has not been significantly improved, so Apple still choose OLED panel screen as the iPhone 12 target device.
Apple's upcoming iPhone 12 Max will use OLED panels from BOE and LG Display, said Display Supply Chain Consultants, a global authority on display.
Samsung Display, for its part, will provide panels for the 5.4-inch iPhone 12, 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro and 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max.
Chinese display maker BOE has partnered with touch panel maker General Interface Solutions, as both companies aim to become screen providers for Apple's rumored 5.4-inch iPhone 12 handset.
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