We recently heard a rumors that the iPhone 7S, which will launch in 2017 will come with an OLED display and that Apple will use JDI to supply the panels for the handset, but it may actually be for the iPhone 8.
Now a new report has surfaced which says Apple are currently in talks with JDI display to supply the OLED displays for the 2018 iPhone, that would be the iPhone 8 if Apple continues with its current naming scheme.
JDI will apparently transform its existing Ishikawa factory into a OLED test production factory next year and then have a mass production line ready to produce panels for the 2018 iPhone.
This would mean that we would have to wait until 2018 to see an iPhone with an OLED display, we were not expecting it in the iPhone 7 next year, although it was a rumored possibility for the iPhone 7S in 2017. We also heard a rumor recently that Samsung would supply OLED displays for the 2018 iPhone.
We have no idea what specifications the iPhone 8 will come with, as the device wont be released for at least another two and a half years, as soon as we get some more details about the device, we will let you guys know.
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