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Supply constraints said to plague Apple's plans to switch to OLED with next year's iPhone
One long-running rumor for next year's iPhone is the adoption of OLED screen panels. While the Apple Watch and the MacBook Pro's Touch Bar use OLED technology, the iPhone has stuck with traditional LCD panels. A new report from Bloomberg, however, says that supply constraints may thwart Apple's plan to switch to OLED panels next year…According to the report, the four main suppliers for OLED displays won't have enough production capacity to meet demand next year and further into 2018. This is primarily due to OLED screens being more difficult to produce than LCD panels. Right now, the four top suppliers for OLED panels are Samsung Display, LG Display, Sharp, and Japan Display. But at this point, Apple expects Samsung to be sole supplier in 2017.How does this effect Apple's plans? Bloomberg notes that the supply constraints may mean that Apple uses OLED in just one variant of the iPhone 8
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