• All 2019 iPhones will reportedly have OLED displays

    21 days ago - By Fast Company

    The news sent shares of Apple's current LCD supplier, Japan Display, tumbling 20%.
    Apple first used an OLED display on its iPhone X last year, which was a break from the LCD displays every other iPhone model has used. OLED displays have a number of advantages over LCD-as any iPhone X owner can attest. These advantages include brighter screens, bolder colors, deeper blacks, and more energy efficiency. The drawback to OLED displays is, of course, cost, which is why Apple limited the technology to last year's iPhone X and not also the new iPhone 8 introduced at the same time last year.
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  • IPhone Screen Makers Are Tanking on a Report that Apple Is Switching to Displays They Can't Make

    21 days ago - By Fortune

    The shares of some iPhone display suppliers fell in Asia after South Korea's Electronic Times reported that Apple aapl has decided to use next-generation screens for all of its new models next year, even though several analysts said such a transition wasn't likely.
    Japan Display shares fell as much as 21%, the biggest intraday drop since its 2014 market debut. Sharp Corp.
    shcay declined as much as 4.3%. If true, Apple's move would be negative for both manufacturers, which have so far been unable to mass produce OLEDs and currently supply LCD screens. Representatives for Apple, JDI and...
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