Apple has concluded an agreement with Samsung to be the exclusive supplier of OLED screens for iPhone 12 Pro phones next year.
The first features of Apple‘s iPhone 12 have begun to spread in the recent period, and in the latest details that came via ETNews about the iPhone 12 Pro, it was pointed out that Apple has concluded an agreement with Samsung to be the exclusive supplier of Y-OCTA OLED screens.
Apple is preparing to develop the 2020 versions of the iPhone, which comes with the advantage of connecting to the fifth generation networks for the first time, and Apple has confirmed in its statements on the expectations of shipments exceeding 100 million units of iPhones next year.
The new details that came through ETNews also confirmed that Samsung will be the supplier of OLED screens for the iPhone 12 Pro distinctive size of 5.4 inches, and iPhone 12 Pro Max 6.7 inches.
Samsung is set to introduce OLED display with Y-OCTA technology that uses on-cell touch sensing, so it won’t require a separate layer of touch sensitivity, supporting upcoming versions of the iPhone in a thinner design, at a lower manufacturing cost.
It is expected that Apple will support all next year’s versions with OLED screens, which is why Apple is relying on Samsung as a major supplier for next year’s releases, as the Korean giant is ready to receive and execute orders during this period.
It is noteworthy that Apple is also preparing to launch the iPhone SE 2 featured LCD screen size of 4.7 inches in 2020, as well as the two phones iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max Apple also offers iPhone 12 main screen OLED and size of 6.1 inches, the latter depends on both From Samsung and LG to supply OLED screens.