CALIFORNIA: Apple Inc. will use the screen display technology ‘bitter rival’ Samsung when it was reported to book organic light diode technology (OLED) of 70 million units.
According to the Nikkei, the company headquartered in California will used these technologies to be used in the manufacture of Apple’s latest product, the iPhone 8 which is expecting to be introduced next year.
“Apple has booked 70 million units of Samsung OLED panels this year.”
“Samsung will produce 90 units of OLED as a preparatory step if there is excess demand,” the report added.
However, Samsung declined to comment on the matter and said it can not reveal bookings made by customers.
Last year, media reported that Samsung and Apple signed an agreement with the three trillion won (RM11.8 million) to supply 100 million units OLED panels for use in the iPhone.
Nikkei report, there are three new models will be released in conjunction with the 10th anniversary of the prominent Apple product, the iPhone.
Among the products produced have features of OLED display screen measuring 5.2 inches, while the other two models use a liquid crystal display (LCD) measuring 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches.
Apple never use OLED panel on the product before.