Samsung has long been the primary supplier of displays used by Apple in iPhones. Technological advances in this area made it possible for the company to fulfill orders of 80 million units. According to a new report Samsung began production of 120 Hz LTPO OLED displays for use in iPhone 13 Pro models.
Fast and energy-efficient LPTO panels seem to be used only in high-end iPhone 13 models. The OLED display panels of the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini will reportedly be supplied by LG and BOE Display. It is expected that LG will ship about 30 million panels.
Since the iPhone 12 series isn’t going to be disconnected, the need for standard OLED panels doesn’t seem to end any time soon. Samsung is expected to supply 120 million OLED panels to Apple by the end of this year. LG will reportedly supply 50 million panels and BOE 9 million panels.
The news for the iPhone 13 Pro screen of the Samsung front also gives an important clue about the introduction of the iPhone 13 series. It was said that Apple will reintroduce the iPhone 13 series in September this year. the beginning of Samsung’s LPTO OLED manufacturing supports this claim.