Apple is switching to in-house OLED screens in 2018
Apple might be trying to buy all the OLED panels available right now, but Tim Cook & Co have something else in mind for 2018. The company purchased chemical vapor deposition machines from Korean company to start building an in-house 2.5G OLED display right in time for the next-year iPhone.
According to sources, Apple is steering away from the dependence it currently has on Samsung's OLED screens. This move also breaks the monopoly by Canon Tokki, a leading provider of CVD machinery. In 2017 it supplied sets of OLED manufacturing equipment to Samsung and has plans to keep...
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