Apple is increasing orders for the iPad. Samsung, with which the company has shaken hands, is planning a large investment in OLED production. Here are the details…
We can say that Apple, the biggest name in the smartphone world, owes its position in the sector to its meticulous work. The company carefully selects the equipment it uses in its devices. Showing the same dedication to the screen, Apple has determined the screen supplier of the flagship that will take the stage in the last quarter of this year.
Samsung invested $3 billion in OLED production
Many important sources say that Apple will launch the first iPad with OLED display in 2024. In Apple, the BOE company was outweighed for the OLED display. However, according to the information received in the past months, the company has agreed with Samsung Display and LG Display for OLED screens.
An important news site, 9to5Mac, stated in an article published yesterday that Apple’s demand for OLED panels is increasing. Today, Reuters revealed an initiative that confirms this situation. According to the report, Samsung is planning an investment of 3 billion dollars for OLED production.
According to previously obtained information, Apple placed orders for 12.9-inch and 10.9-inch OLED panels. Many sources state that the first OLED screen iPad model will take the stage in the first quarter of next year. Additionally, Apple is working on foldable models. Although it has not been confirmed yet, the company wants Samsung to produce the flexible and thin OLED panel.
Apple introduced the iPad Pro model with the M2 processor in October last year. The processor, built on the ARMv8 architecture and produced with 5nm technology, hosts an 8-core CPU that offers up to 15 percent faster performance and a 10-core GPU that offers up to 35 percent faster graphics performance. The device, equipped with a 12.9-inch Liquid Retina XDR display, includes advanced display technologies such as iPad Pro, P3 wide color gamut, True Tone and ProMotion.