Japan Display to provide Apple Watch with OLED screens

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The 6.06-inch model would likely come in at the same size as the iPhone XR, and in fact is actually the precise measurement of the current display - Apple merely rounds the numbers up to the nearest tenth of an inch.

Indeed, the expectations of numerous Apple fans for a premium yet genuinely compact iPhone may simply be figured it out. This proposes it could be the iPhone XS which therapists to draw a more prominent refinement among it and the Max release.

News outlets have cited a report from DigiTimes talking about Apple's supposed 2020 plans.

In a twist that hopefully will improve the Apple Watch Series 5 experience, Apple has chose to tap Japan Display to supply all of the OLED screens for its next Apple Watch, Reuters is reporting, citing people who claim to have knowledge of its plans.

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The 2019 iPhone lineup is the last one to use LCD screens, as Apple would make the full switch to OLED beginning with 2020.

Japan Display supposedly only has a small pilot OLED production facility, but a Reuters report suggests that this - plus the previous partnerships between Apple for LCD displays for iPhone models - has been good enough to win the contract. This, alongside the worldwide consensus that yearly upgrades are costing too much money has seen the display maker on shaky ground.

Also, by the year 2020, Apple will also find a way to improve the pricing on the entry-level iPhone models as well. Instead of the middle-size iPhone being the most affordable, in 2020 the smallest iPhone would be the entry-level model. Samsung Display is likely to remain the most significant OLED supplier, but LG Display and BOE are looking forward to a piece of the pie.

Therefore, as much as Apple would like to further diversify its iPhone supply chain and reduce the company's reliance on its Korea-based arch-rival, quality trumps any discounts Samsung's display-making rivals could offer.

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