Japan Display Inc. (JDI) reportedly is discussing with Apple the OLED Panel supply for iPhone in 2018. According to Nikken, currently, JDI is an LED panel supplier for Apple and they are interested with the Apple’s plan about the OLED Panel adoption. They are trying to meet Apple demand of OLED panel.
“JDI’s first step will be to transform its existing 4.5 generation Ishikawa factory into an OLED test production line in spring 2016. Next summer the 6th gen. Mobara plant will switch to OLED too, and by spring 2018 JDI plans to establish a mass production line, capable of supplying Apple with the necessary display components and technologies.”
At this moment, the biggest OLED display suppliers in the world are Samsung and LG. There was a rumor that LG can meet the Apple’s demand to produce the OLED display for iPhone in the huge number. They plan to expand OLED production line in the Northwestern city of Paju with several hundreds billion Yen investment.
Are you one of the users who wishes Apple to move to OLED technology, where the iPhone display will become brighter under the sun and of course energy saver?
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