No matter how much they mock each other on Social Media, on the business side, Samsung is one of the largest providers for the smartphone components for Apple. Majority of the displays you see on your iPhones, Samsung has made them for the company. And for the rumors, iPhone 13 will come with 120Hz LTPO OLED displays, which are currently in production. As of now, Apple has given around 80 million displays for their smartphones to the Korean company.
It is being rumored that Apple will bring 120Hz LTPO OLED displays to the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. That doesn’t means Apple will equip each of the devices in their iPhone 13. Being an “eco-friendly” company, they will use two different displays for the lower-end iPhones. And the rest of the displays will come from LG and BOE, where LG has secured around 30 million displays as an order. These devices will come with the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini.
As per the industry news, iPhone 13 will launch in the month of the September as usual.
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