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Rumors: in 2018, Apple plans to release iPhone with OLED display

In the Network appeared information about a possible release of the iPhone version with an OLED display. The publication Business Korea, citing an anonymous source close to Apple, reports that one of the largest suppliers negotiating the supply with the American Corporation.

According to the source, the first iPhone with OLED display will not be ready before 2018. The production of such panels will begin a year before the release of smartphones, that is, in 2017, for which the South Korean giant LG is upgrading their line for the Assembly of LCD displays on the factory in Gumi.

It should be noted that not so long ago, Apple registered a patent for a phone with a curved screen, but this does not mean that it will be put into production. Currently OLED displays for “Apple” supply LG Display and Samsung Display — they are used for the production of smart hours Apple Watch. In fact, this is the first product from Apple with a curved screen for all other devices it flat.

On assurances of the source, LG and Samsung are negotiating with Apple and trying to convince her to refuse to use the “smooth” form. It is not excluded that as a result of such negotiations “Apple” can indeed release an iPhone with an OLED display. Such a model may have increased brightness, clarity, saturation and improved color reproduction.

While none of the three companies mentioned above did not react to this information. On the one hand, the chances of the iPhone with an OLED display. The market is changing and evolving, and these displays is a new and promising trend. By the way, rumors have long been credited with the Cupertino giant’s intention to convert their smartphones on the OLED screens.

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