IPhone 8: Apple would have ordered 70 million OLED screens to Samsung
Apple began to prepare for the release of its iPhone 8. According to Nikkei, the company would have ordered 70 million OLED screens to Samsung.
Now that the Galaxy S8 and S8 + have been formalized , all eyes (or almost) are turned towards the future smartphones of Apple. And against all expectations, one of them would have a very big point in common with the Asian flagships … Its OLED screen, which until then had been lacking the Cupertino firm. According to the Japanese newspaper Nikkei, Apple has ordered 70 million slabs of this type to Samsung . They would all be destined for the iPhone 8 or iPhone Edition, while the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7s would come out with an LCD panel. The US giant is counting on his South Korean rival to propose an iPhone anniversary worthy of the name.
According to the rumors, the iPhone 8 would be the only one to benefit from the OLED screen . And when we know that 80 million Apple smartphones were sold in the last quarter of 2016, we understand that an order of 70 million is really not disproportionate, even for a single model. Expected for next September, this iPhone should be even harder to shopper than its predecessors, and that the two smartphones of which it will be accompanied. Limited stocks would be offered at first, before a more fluid marketing towards the end of the year. While waiting to learn more, (re) discovers the revolutionary camera that the iPhone 8 could benefit from . Pressed to discover the iPhone 8?