Apple iPhone 8 will be equipped with OLED screen has been confirmed, but all of the iPhone transition to the OLED era has to wait for some time. South Korean media quoted the supply chain manufacturers news, iPhone to fully transition to the OLED screen will take two years.
Apple's supply chain news release, iPhone to fully transition to the OLED screen will take two years. That is to say that all models of iPhone use OLED screen, but also wait until 2019. In addition, this year is expected to have 60 million iPhone using OLED screen, the number of next year will double, and in 2019 turned to the OLED.
Supply chain manufacturers also said, iPhone 8 flexible printed circuit board (FPCB) will be used by Interflex, Samsung motor (Samsung Electro-Mechanics) and BH FPCB vendors supply. As for the number of orders for these three manufacturers, to wait until April or in mass production in May to determine.
IPhone 8 is expected to be assembled together by Foxconn, Pegatron technology and Wistron, before the news that Apple intends to let Wistron get 10% orders, the expectation of the industry is 4% before.
Earlier news, this year will release three iPhone new machines, namely iPhone 7S, iPhone 7S Plus and iPhone 8. Among them, iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus will continue to use the LCD screen, and iPhone 8 as a ten anniversary tribute to the work, will use the OLED screen. In addition, iPhone8 will use a double glass + metal frame design style, and the full glass shell will be the key to iPhone application wireless charging technology. There is no physical Home button, the edge of the display screen to the edge of the design, borderless screen embedded Touch ID fingerprint sensor and camera.