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LG doubles production of OLED displays

Lately LG Display revealed that he is planning to double its production capacity from display OLED specifically for Apple, as the company is expected to include OLED technology with more devices in the future, according to a new report from ITHome. Let’s find out all the details together.

LG doubles production of OLED displays for Apple

According to the report, LG Display, a subsidiary of LG, is investing in additional equipment to double its production of small OLED display panels gives 30.000 per month a 60.000. LG Display declined to comment; however, the report cites a source stating that the increased capacity will be almost entirely used for i display OLED intended for Apple devices.

Apple currently uses OLED displays in its high-end iPhones and has been doing so since introducing the iPhone X in 2017. Low-end iPhone models such as the iPhone XR and iPhone SE 2 continue to use the technology. LCD thanks to their lower costs.

Until April, Apple was using only OLED and LCD technology but with the introduction of the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro, the company also introduced the mini-LED in the family. With the upcoming redesigned 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros, Apple it will also expand the mini-LEDs to the Mac.

Despite the recent introduction of mini-LEDs in Apple devices, the company is planning to bring OLED up some iPad models for the first time. While a report suggests that the fifth generation iPad Air, scheduled to launch next year, will include an OLED display, that report it has been discredited by more reliable sources who claim that the first iPad with an OLED display will arrive in 2023.

For more information, you can consult the official website of LG.

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