As for many report Apple plans to start using Oled screens for its iPhones and the switch will be take place in 2018. Samsung will be the primary supplier of FOLED (flexible organic light emitting diode) display for Apple’s iPhone. However there is no official confirmation about it, but industry sources claim that a contract between Apple and Samsung has already been signed.
Allegedly, Samsung is planning to invest $6.64 billion to $7.47 billion in its display business. This would go towards equipment, plant improvements and staff to enable increased production loads. Allegedly, the investment will be broken down into an initial $2.49B to $3.32B this year to ensure the production of 30 000 to 45 000 OLED sheets per month, followed by an additional $4.17 billion in 2017 for another 45 000 sheets monthly.
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