Samsung has been Apple’s essential presentation provider for a long while. However, because of the Korean tech goliath’s mechanical accomplishments in the business, it could get a request for around 80 million units again. As such, Samsung will probably supply the entirety of the 120Hz LTPO OLED boards for the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max.
Notwithstanding, because the iPhone 12 family isn’t disappearing at any point soon, the interest for ordinary OLED boards will persevere. Samsung will deliver 120 million OLED shows before the year’s over, LG Display will get 50 million, and BOE will give the last 9 million.
The most recent reports guarantee that the two better quality iPhones — the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max — will use RFPCB and component Samsung Display’s LTPO meager film semiconductor (TFT) OLED boards.
Industry sources indicated that assembling OLED boards started around a month sooner this year, supporting past claims that the iPhone 13 would be delivered in September.
Apple examiner Ming-Chi Kuo, show industry specialist Ross Young, and insiders Jon Prosser and Max Weinbach anticipated that these iPhone models would have 120Hz presentations.