Apple will not bring OLED display before iPhone 8, reports suggest

Apple is reportedly strengthening ties with Japanese joint venture JDI which remains the top display supplier for Apple’s impressive devices. The JDI was recently reported boasting about advanced technology used in Apple devices which is making it hard to meet the demand on time. Fresh rumors show Apple to have injected $1.9 billion cash for a new JDI plant. This indicates the same line of display running into future Apple devices.

JDI remains one of the world’s largest display suppliers and the top for Apple, created as a joint venture of Hitachi, Sony and Toshiba. The large investment injection shows the long-run partnership that would translate into future Apple devices with even more impressive display. Fresh reports suggest the same, an expected longer Apple-JDI partnership.

We also had reports in this regard suggesting talks between Apple and other display manufacturers like Samsung and LG for OLED panels but things remain not-confirmed yet.

As the JDI stays on front for display panels on current iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, it would surely not want to miss out the future iPhone, under consideration for now. Thus way may find JDI there when we get our hands to the Apple iPhone 8, or a similar name that we expect by 2018. Recent reports suggest the OLED display for future iPhone or the iPhone 8. We can count current move a step in the very same direction.

JDI has doubled its expense forecast for upcoming two years on the base of investment, it has to put into its OLED production line. The company is already reported to restructure its current resources towered the OLED line. Following the development, JDI may become equipped enough to attain mass production of OLED panels.

Thus the company would stands efficient to fulfill display demands for Apple next generation device, including the would-be iPhone 8. We also had reports in this regard suggesting talks between Apple and other display manufacturers like Samsung and LG for OLED panels but things remain not-confirmed yet.

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