Taiwan's Economic Daily News has published a report that said South Korean based Samsung will begin the production of new OLED displays for Apple’s second generation of iPhone X, and the 6.5-inch ‘iPhone X Plus’ in May, with plans to double its production in June.

Samsung Display will be produce approximately 2 million to 3 million displays during May, and output between 4 million to 6 million units in July. It appears that the timeline slightly ahead of schedule, many were believed that Samsung would not begin production until the beginning of the third quarter.


Hopefully, with the early start of the OLED screen production would solve the delay launch date. Last year, iPhone X was announced in September, but it didn't went on sales until October 27, the main reason caused the delay is the fact that Apple suppliers faced production challenges, which is already fixed.

Apple is widely believed to launch three new iPhones this year: a successor of first-generation iPhone X, a larger 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus, as well as a 6.1-inch LCD models that is target to mid-class users, and it could cost about $700-$800.

Image Via iGyaan Network

Post a Comment

Powered by Blogger.