Apple will invest $4 billion in OLED displays for new iPhone
Registered in the database of the Commission on securities and stock exchange U.S. operations (US Securities and Exchange Commission) documents point to the large investments that put Apple to replace the display type in the new iPhone.
Information unearthed an investment firm J. P. Morgan, which, after analyzing the data reported that Apple placed a large order for the supply of components to. The total amount is 4 billion dollars. Analysts believe that we are talking about the OLED displays, the main supplier which will perform the Samsung.
However, Samsung eventually may not be the only supplier, as potential partners, also referred to as LG, Sharp and Japan Displays (JDI), which now supplies the LCD displays for the iPhone.