It is a little over a month ago that Apple launched the new iPhone SE by surprise. A new inexpensive iPhone that we already knew many rumors about but that ended up being launched on the Apple website as it was unable to make presentations due to the Coronavirus pandemic. A new device that many expect to be a best seller due to the sale price. For the most demanding, Apple is expected to renew iPhones in the last quarter with powerful new iPhones. New iPhones that will continue with an OLED screen, a screen that in this case will also be manufactured by LG together with Samsung. After the jump, we tell you more about these providers.
It goes without saying that both are Apple’s competition, but the guys from Cupertino know well that both Samsung and LG know how to make screens. Samsung was already dealing with it thanks to an exclusive contract, but everything changed last November when LG became the second provider of Apple screens. Apple is expected to launch 4 new iPhone models in the last quarter of 2020, and they may all have OLED screens, of course, of different quality (there may be the ProMotion that Apple incorporates). Precisely with this differentiation, it may have to do with having incorporated LG into Apple’s suppliers. The latest rumors suggest that Samsung could deal with the screen of the Pro models, a screen that would be clearer and thinner.
A strategy that can lead the Cupertino boys to detach themselves from the dependence they had with Samsung, in the end, the more suppliers you can play with the products they provide you. Add to this, that there is also data that suggests that LG would already be dealing with the screens of the repaired devices, that is, the screens that are officially replaced on the iPhone. We will see to see where this is, a new point in the technological war of the greatest.