Apple Watch OLED displays to come from Japan

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It will only be in the year 2020, that Apple will be re-imagining the entire line of handsets.

A spokesman for Japan Display said he could not comment on specific customers. In comparison the iPhone XS, iPhone XR and iPhone XS Max have 5.8-, 6.1- and 6.5- inch screens respectively. The company, which is a long-time Apple partner, should start supplying OLED panels for the Apple Watch lineup at some point "later this year".

It is well-known that the OLED display is the most expensive component mounted on an iPhone and the main reason for the current price tag of the devices.

Japan Display is a late adopter of OLED tech, but as you'll know, it's the way smartphones and smartwatches have been heading for several years. Just like a year ago, it has been reported that Apple will be launching three iPhones.IN 2020 (yes I know) and not 2019. This year, however, Apple will introduce upgrades to all three models now in its lineup, including for the LCD-based iPhone XR.

Also, by the year 2020, Apple will also find a way to improve the pricing on the entry-level iPhone models as well.

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KitGuru Says: Apple has relentlessly tried to remove itself from Samsung's clutch, but the company has an obligation to use the best and most accessible OLED manufacturers out there to satisfy iPhone demand. This should reduce display costs, suggesting the smaller iPhone will be the new budget model.

DigiTimes also talked about the 2019 iPhone models. This proposes it could be the iPhone XS which therapists to draw a more prominent refinement among it and the Max release. There are various benefits of using OLED displays.

It is also expecting the public-private fund INCJ Ltd., its largest shareholder with a 25.3 percent interest, to agree on refinancing, including a conversion of debts to preferred shares, the company often referred to as JDI said.

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