Technology giant from Cupertino Apple is to hit Samsung According to a DigiTimes report, it is the largest buyer of AMOLED displays for smartphones.
The South Korean tech giant is expected to increase its demand for smartphones from 152.3 million units to 157 million, while Apple is expected to increase its AMOLED panels to 169 million units iPhones in 2021 from 114.5 million in 2020.
That exponential increase in demand from Apple is courtesy of this year iPhone 13 align. With the upcoming product line, the introduction of flexible AMOLED displays in iPhones will exceed 80% according to DigiTimes.
With the introduction of the, Apple introduced an all-AMOLED display range for the first time iPhone 12 series in 2020 and this year as well, nothing is expected to change in this regard.
The DigiTimes report cites estimates by research firm Omdia to predict that Apple could beat Samsung as the bigger buyer of AMOLED displays for smartphones.
However, the report sees Samsung maintaining its position as the largest supplier of AMOLED panels for iPhones in 2021. The company is said to offer an estimated 110 million such displays to the iPhone maker, which is much more than LG Display’s 50 million BOEis nine million.
Earlier this month it was reported that Apple is looking at ways to make the iPhone smoother and could use LTPO displays with variable refresh rates in its upcoming iPhone 13 series that can dramatically improve touch sensitivity and improve the overall experience.