LG on iPhone X OLED Production: No Deal Just Yet

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LG on iPhone X OLED Production: No Deal Just Yet

Samsung is currently the sole supplier of OLED panels for the iPhone X, but as part of its efforts to reduce reliance on the South Korean firm, Apple has been said to be eyeing a partnership with LG Display for the manufacturing of organic light-emitting diode screens.

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