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Japan Display is facing real difficulties, according to a recent report, and it's mostly due to Apple, its iPhones, and their sales performance.
It's been one week since people started looking at the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. And if they had to opt for one or another, they're going all Max.
Some analysts and supply chain sources say that Apple is delaying the launch of this LCD model to allow more expensive ones to sell first and sell more.
Apple may want to manufacture around 80 million of those three 2018 iPhones, down 20 percent from the initial production target of the 2017 generation.
Blame it on Apple's need to compromise on price and its unwillingness to compromise on that notch design. Or blame it on something else.
Last year's iPhone X was clearly only the beginning of Apple's transition to OLED display technology, with two 2018 upgrades likely to be followed by three 2019 iPhones snubbing the LCD tradition.
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JDI's biggest client is Apple and, depending on how this year's iPhones will sell, these moves could leave the company in a lurch.
This year's new iPhones are coming whether you've bought last year's iPhones or not. And the rumored actions surrounding them are trickling into our intelligence banks.
The OLED iPhone display supply chain is about to get really crowded and competitive, with Sharp and JDI likely to throw their hats in the Samsung-dominated ring soon enough.
Apple's 2018 iPhone trio looks set to include an eye-catching LCD model with "Full Active" technology from JDI for razor-thin bezels.
After so many years of "omnibalance", a top Sony exec says the time has almost come for a big change, likely focused on small bezels.
Apple is still likely to release a trio of 2018 iPhones, but including two instead of the previously rumored three OLED models, as well as an LCD.
A preview clip of the interface shows implies that the main model Mate 10 will get a 1080 x 2160 display. Does this settle the score on screens?
The 2:1 trend is sticking on through to the fall flagship season this year. Unfortunately, Huawei fans may not have much to celebrate if they don't pony up.
Other details include an affirmation of the screen size, the existence of a Mate 10 Lite variant and out-of-this-world pricing.
The Mate 10 is expected to take a little influence from the industry and from Apple in particular with a new view, facial scanning and more.
Japan Display, which is partly run by Sony, has churned out a smartphone display with a trendy new aspect ratio. Will it arrive on an Xperia soon?
The AMOLED craze is strong with Samsung and other OEMs. It's said to be strong for Apple, too. But can Japan Display lure Apple back to LCD?
A source says that Samsung Display will provide up to 100 million plastic-OLED curved screens for Apple to use in some iPhone 8 units.
The displays maker is definitely transitioning to AMOLED technology to fight for a piece of the iPhone pie, but foldables are an interest, too.
Japan Display announced that it's now producing a display that can be used in water. It's a huge Apple vendor, so that's leading people to ruminate.
As Apple hopes to transition its iPhone screens to OLED technology, one of the newest display manufacturers hastily makes its own OLED transition.