Samsung started producing screens for iPhone 13 phones
Samsung and LG began producing OLED panels for iPhone 13, where it was said: Samsung manufactures ProMotion displays with a refresh rate of 120 Hz for the Pro models.
Before the new iPhone models launch in the fall, members of the affiliate supply chain are working For a company Apple is increasing production in order to meet expected high levels of orders within the next few months.
The two companies began production earlier than last year at Apple’s request.
Samsung and LG are back as producers of display screens for the iPhone 13, and the two companies have begun producing the necessary OLED panels.
The timing comes roughly one month ahead of Apple’s production schedules for the iPhone 12, although schedules were delayed at that time due to the coronavirus pandemic.
It shows Reports Samsung began producing OLED panels for use in the iPhone 13 in the middle of the month. LG started manufacturing components later in the month.
Samsung is believed to be ahead of LG by about a week in the organic matter deposition process. Whereas in the process of finishing the unit, it appears that Samsung is 10 days ahead of LG.
It is said: Samsung is the only supplier of LPTO displays to Apple. LPTO monitors are rumored to support 120Hz refresh rates for use in Pro models, enabling the long-popular ProMotion feature.
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As for other models, Apple continues to use LG’s TFT OLED panels.
LG makes the OLED screens used in the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini. While Samsung produces iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max screens.
Samsung expects to supply between 120 million and 130 million units of OLED panels to Apple this year. Including iPhone 12 series and other old models.
While LG aims to provide 30 million units for iPhone 13, a total of 50 million units for the year.
Reports released on May 26 indicated that TSMC has begun production of the SoC system being used in the next iPhone lineup, the A15.
Other rumors about the iPhone 13 include claims that it is slightly thicker than previous models with a smaller bump for the front TrueDepth camera, and a larger bump for the rear camera.
And the move to LTPO allows iPhones to offer 120Hz refresh rates without significantly impacting battery life.
ProMotion has been a feature of the iPad Pro lineup since 2017, but not the iPhone because of the OLED technology.
And Apple failed to fully capitalize on the iPhone 12’s popularity early on. And I had difficulty securing initial stocks to meet higher than expected demand.
The company is now trying to avoid the same situation for this year’s devices by securing components, such as OLED panels, earlier.