Apple should become the world’s largest buyer of OLED screens by 2020
Apple would plan to grow further in its role in the OLED screens market. According to analysts and research institutions, the four new models of the future iPhone 12 family will use this type of panel, which will make “Apple” the largest buyer of the display with the material still in 2020.
According to information from the DSCC, the Cupertino giant’s expenses will reach $ 9.8 billion this year. The number would represent about 30% of global spending in the sector today.
Behind Apple, Samsung appears, with a cost of US $ 8.8 billion, which reaches 27% of the total worldwide. However, the South Korean manufacturer also has a difference in its performance as a supplier of OLED panels. In fact, it is expected that the North American competitor itself will buy most screens from it for the iPhone 12 series.
But the South Korean company is unlikely to be the only company that delivers the displays to the “Apple”. It is also expected to buy BOE panels – expected to be the manufacturer of the cheapest models – and LG – which has already grown in this market due to the partnership with the Cupertino giant .
As the MyDrivers website reported, Apple also plans to invest $ 330 million to build a factory in Taiwan. The intention is to allocate future installation to produce MicroLED screens for future iPhones, iPads, and Macbooks.
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