News tagged ‘Samsung’
Apple is planning to invest US$2.70 billion to LG company that’s going to produce OLED panels for iPhones in 2019, reported the Korea Economic Daily.
It is known that Apple’s iPhone 8 will have 5.8 inch OLED display. The current supplier of the OLED displays is Samsung, the leader in the branch. The recent report claims Apple has purchased special machines and set up a development line in Taiwan to research the OLED technology.
While Apple is getting ready to release its iPhone 8, the tech world is speculating on who may be a supplier for the iPhone 9 parts.
Apple is going to release iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus and iPhone 8 soon. As experience tells us, it can happen in September. There is already an image of the new iPhone, that is more or less precise if rumors are to believe. The new iPhone will have OLED display, thin bezels, and, probably, a 3D face scanning feature.
Samsung has recently won a deal to produce iPhone processors in 2018. The company purchased special equipment and is now thoroughly testing it to get approval from Apple.
The abundance of information concerning Galaxy Note 8 has leaked lately. The rumors covered so many details, it is now easy to imagine the new device and guess the release date.
According to the latest report from Nikkei, Apple will release three iPhone models with OLED displays in 2018. The report is based on rumors from two separate sources who rely on industry insiders. Apple did not provide any comments on the matter.
TAIPEI -- Apple is planning to use advanced organic light-emitting diode displays in all new iPhone models launched from the second half of 2018, according to two industry sources.
Samsung will benefit from Apple’s plan to release three OLED iPhones in 2018. The company is planning to build the world’s largest OLED plant to satisfy all its customers.
This year, Apple is expected to ship 90 million new iPhone units. Half of these devices will be OLED iPhones, sources claim.
According to the latest report from The Investor, Apple is planning to invest $1.75 to $2.62 billion in the construction of LG’s new OLED manufacturing facilities. Both companies have reportedly agreed on the terms of investment, but are yet to discuss the timing and several other details.
Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus is not the most powerful and efficient smartphone on the market any more. According to the latest data shared by AnTuTu, the HTC U11 has beaten the iPhone in May.
According to the latest report from DigiTimes, Samsung is facing problems with the production of OLED panels for the iPhone 8. Citing people familiar with the matter, the reporters claim that only 3–4 million OLED iPhone units will be ready for shipping in September. This means that Apple is very unlikely to ship 50–60 million iPhone 8 units by the end of 2017, as it was predicted earlier.
According to the latest report from Venturebeat, Samsung will release the Galaxy Note 8 in the second half of September. The new handset will come with the S Pen stylus and get a price tag of €999.
A couple of new images showing what appears to be a refurbished Galaxy Note 7 have been recently spotted on the Internet. Earlier this year, Samsung revealed that it plans to release a special version of the 2016 flagship with smaller and safer battery in select counties.
Check out the video below showing the 2015 iPhone 6s compared to the 2017 Galaxy S8 in a speed test. Shared on a popular YouTube channel PhoneBuff, the clip lets us take a look at how fast the old iPhone is.
German hackers from Chaos Computer Club tricked the iris scanner on the Galaxy S8. They managed to unlock the phone with the help of a printed photo and a contact lens, which means almost anyone can bypass Samsung’s security system and get access to the phone and sensitive data stored on it.
According to the latest report from reliable insiders, Samsung has signed a deal with Apple to supply OLED displays for the upcoming iPhone models. The phone will be called the iPhone 9 and come with 5.28-inch and 6.46-inch displays, both of which will be OLED, reports The Korea Herald citing The Bell.