The most talked about topic in the world right now is the launch of iPhone 8, which is expected to have a new screen called the OLED. The OLED screen is a quick attempt of Apple to cope up with the existent competition and introduce the screen to the revolutionary iPhone 8.
As we all know that Samsung is currently famous for the OLED screen and its manufacturing, Apple has roped in Samsung for the production of the screen. According to reports, Apple is completely dependent on Samsung for the production of screens which is quoted at a relatively higher price by Samsung. Apple is currently looking for a quick resort for the production of the screens, however, ahead of the launch of iPhone 8, the demand is expected to be higher than the supply of the phones.
This new pricey iPhone 8 is about to bring a revolution in the coming days with its screen. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo wrote in an Apple Insight note seen by Business Insider, “This fact explains why, first of all, Samsung has higher bargaining power and, second, why OLED panel module is likely priced at US$120-130 per unit (vs. 5.5-inch iPhone’s LCD module price of US$45-55 per unit),” he continued. “This is also why Apple is in urgent need of finding a second source of OLED.”