It's not the first time Apple has been reported to use 120Hz ltpo display technology on the more advanced iPhone 13 pro and iPhone 13 Pro max.Now a new report says Apple's South Korean display suppliers are expected to grow in 2021, possibly with higher revenue, thanks to a partnership with the iPhone giant.
As we all know, these modems are extreme battery consumers, which is probably one of the reasons why Apple chose not to use the 120Hz panel on the iPhone 12 series. Samsung and LG will be responsible for supplying the OLED screens, the report said, but it did not mention BOE anywhere. Earlier, it was reported that the Chinese monitor maker will start shipping OLED panels for the iPhone 12 series, and will also have a dedicated production line for the iPhone 13 series in the first half of 2021.
A person in the industry also mentioned in the report said that due to the strong sales of iPhone, Apple has high hopes for next year's model, and there should be no production delay. So we may see the iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max shipping in September next year instead of October.