Samsung Display to increase supply of OLED displays for 2021′ iPhones

Samsung and Apple are the two topmost smartphone brands and share most of the global market share. Although being rivals of each other these two tech giants also share partnerships in their business.

Recently, it was reported that Apple will use Samsung’s periscope lens for its 2022 iPhones and the other news also suggests that the Korean tech giant will also enter into the M1 Silicon chip production for Apple’s new Macs.

Apple recently launched iPhone 12 devices and all of these models are using OLED displays supplied by Samsung. Alongside the iPhone 12, the Cupertino tech firm will also use the same display for its iPhone 13 coming next year. For this Samsung will increase the supply of OLED displays for the upcoming iPhones.

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According to the Samsung display, Apple is expected to ship around 160-180 million units of iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 combinedly that will sport the OLED displays. For the 180 million shipments, Samsung will account for about 130 million, and the other 40 million units of the OLED panels will be shipped by the other Korean tech firm, LG. While the rest 10 million OLED panels will be the responsibility of BOE.

Among the four iPhone models launching next year, two models will be using LTPO display technology that is required for the support of a 120Hz display refresh rate.


Mohit Bharti
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Mohit likes to keep silent in his workspace to always focus on improving his ability to understand new topics. He has his way of living life and his interest in Samsung lead him to become a Samsung enthusiast and writer at Sammy Fans.

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