The most recent report from Korea suggests that Samsung will supply 110 million OLED panels for the iPhone 12 and 13 this year. The iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max panels will have a low-temperature polycrystalline oxide backplane (LTPO), which empowers variable 120Hz refresh rate without much battery hit.
The LTPO panels will be provided mostly by Samsung with some supply coming from LG, however, the circuit boards that associate the OLED show to the phone will come from Samsung Electro-Mechanics and Samsung Display. PCB creator Youngpoong Electronics has been added as a supply accomplice through Samsung Display.
The RF PCB (rigid adaptable printed circuit board) is both solid and rigid, yet adaptable and can carry more product design and quicker transmission of electric signals. The iPhone 13 and 13 mini than expected, which allegedly will not have a higher-refresh-rate show will utilize a more traditional and less expensive FPCB plan.
Apple will require at least 169 million OLED panels for its iPhones in 2021 – 110 million from Samsung Display, 50 million from LG Display, and 9 million from BOE. Samsung Display is as of now a display supplier for Apple, so it would make a sensor for the Cupertino giant to source the RFPCB from Samsung Electro-Mechanics.