Over the past few months we have come across a handful of reports stating that Apple will be moving away from LCD displays and include OLED displays on its future iPhones. Now, according to a latest report from Japanese newspaper Nikkei, the iPhone 7s which is likely to release in 2017 will come equipped with OLED displays. Also Read - PUBG New State receives over 17 million pre-registrations as closed alpha testing endsAlso Read - iPhone selling in LG stores? Apple is apparently in talks for a new deal
The report further states that Apple is in talks with LG and Samsung to ink a $12 billion contract for producing OLED panels. The 2017 goal for OLED display on iPhone 7s seems possible as Apple refreshes its smartphones every alternate year. While the design and dimensions remain the same, improved internal components, sensors and new features are added in the s version. Also Read - Apple CEO Tim Cook claims iOS is more secure than Android
OLED displays are currently used by Samsung and LG among others. These displays are known to offer deeper blacks, vivid color reproduction and are slightly energy efficient compared to the LCD panels. Also, switching to OLED display will also allow Apple to produce thinner handsets. From what we have come across so far Apple is also working on holographic iPhone displays at its secret lab Taiwan lab.
Apple will be launching the iPhone 7 this year. The smartphone it is expected to come with new features and slightly improved design over its predecessor. An iPhone 7 Pro version with dual-camera setup is also expected to launch alongside iPhone 7 and iPhone 7s.