LG will no longer produce LCD screens for iPhones

LG Display no longer produces LCD screens for iPhones and has given up all hope of getting new orders in the future, as reported in these hours by different sources.

LG has a long but somewhat troubled history production of iPhone screens. In the past, the company rivaled Samsung as a key supplier for iPhone screens, as both were able to meet Apple’s technical requirements.

Things changed when Apple began the transition to scholar OLED with the iPhone X: LG was unable to adapt in time and provide quality OLED displays, so much so that Samsung remained the only supplier for the production of displays on high-end iPhones. After some time, LG managed to make up for lost ground, albeit with some technical problems that allowed Samsung to have a strong competitive advantage.

LG has however continued to making LCD screens for old iPhones, but now things are about to change. The company has no longer been making LCD displays for Apple since the third quarter of last year and has abandoned all plans to try to get the company to place some orders again.

For LG, in fact, the LCD line for iPhone was now low-profit and it was not convenient to continue with production, also because the number of orders from Apple continued to decline quarter after quarter due to the growing transition to OLED technology.

The LCD panel of the iPhone SE 2020 will be manufactured by Japan Display e Sharp. The LG factory that produced the LCD screens will be reused to make display panels for cars.

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Source: iPhone Italia by www.iphoneitalia.com.

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