Earlier, information appeared that Apple would use LTPO OLED panels on its two iPhone 13 Pro phones: iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. The latest report comes from DigiTimes, which claims that Samsung and LG will produce these panels.
Currently, the two companies are in the process of switching their product lines for iPhones to LTPO. In January, The Elec pointed out that only Samsung Display will be ready to supply Apple with a new type of display, and that LG Display will join next year. If the DigiTimes report is accurate, Apple now has two ready-made LTPO display vendors.
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When it comes to the standard iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini, they will retain the older LTPS OLED technology, with panels produced by LG and BOE. The new LTPO technology consumes less and makes flexible refresh rates easier.
According to analysts, the iPhone 13 series will be presented in September, and this will be a return to the usual release schedule. If supply chain issues arise, Apple could postpone the announcement of the new iPhone line to October.