The “Think Different” organization is planning to launch something outstanding in the upcoming year. In 2021, Apple is going to launch its first Touch integrated OLED display. The work is already under process as the tech giant has already ordered the screen panels from South Korea. They are stocking it up and will use them in the future.
Apple also linked the deal with Samsung for the latter’s ‘Y-OCTA’ technology on the touch-oriented OLED display. After all the successful agreements, Apple will start the production of its own displays for the iPhones, which will be launched in the following year.
What is the Touch Integrated OLED Display?
The touch integrated OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) is said to have a separate sensor film. As a result, it will increase the thickness of the screen for vivid picture quality. Apple’s A14 Bionic chipset is also responsible for the smooth running of the OLED display on the phone.
Apple’s Strategy and Planning
Reports say that Apple is going to launch iPhone 12 in the fall, 2020. Rumours say that the iPhone 12 may have the OLED display. Hopefully, it will not be touch integrated, as this display production has not yet started. According to the analysts of Apple, the iPhone 12 device will support the 5G network with 5.4, 6.2, and 6.7 inches screen.
Certain analysis has stated that Samsung will supply the raw materials for the production of the OLED touch integrated display. In addition to that, the display will have in-built touch sensors. After including the display, both tech giants are expecting that the device will be much lighter and thinner. Moreover, it will also be cost-effective.
Experts are saying that people can buy the iPhone 12 before the year 2021. In doing so, people will get the taste of the OLED display. They might also get a brief idea of how the touch integrated system will work with the collaboration of the OLED display.