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(Bloomberg)   Apple is going to OLED screens for all its phones. After winning that lawsuit, guess who the sole supplier is. Need a hint? The answer is just 'round the corner   (bloomberg.com) divider line
    More: Followup, IPhone, OLED screens, major OLED supplier, OLED models, current OLED displays, Apple Inc., light-emitting diode screens, organic light-emitting diode  
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2633 clicks; posted to Business » on 29 May 2018 at 10:40 AM (2 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2018-05-29 10:09:13 AM  
19 votes:
Samsung - we'll pay your settlement via a 1% discount on OLED displays.

... also our OLED prices have gone up 1%.
 
2018-05-29 11:20:10 AM  
13 votes:
It won't be called OLED. Apple will call it True-lescent (tm) or something, at which point everyone will wonder when android phone will copy Apple.
 
2018-05-29 11:04:15 AM  
11 votes:

max_pooper: mrsleep: Well, that's cute.
I've had an OLED phone for 3 years now, good to see Apple finally catching up.

Does your phone manufacturer put oleds in all their phones?


Samsung sure does, but they make their own screens. Apple will get there, eventually... they're small so they have to work harder to catch up to the real giants of industry.
 
2018-05-29 11:08:08 AM  
5 votes:

Uncle Eazy: Don't OLED screens have more of a burn-in problem than LED/LCD screens?


They do. My top bar is kinda burned in on my phone but I don't really notice it too much.

But, you can still do the "pause porn and leave the phone on for a day or six" prank, which is a definite plus.
 
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