How next year’s iPhone could be good for Google

December 8, 2017
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LG is one of the display makers out there vying for Apple’s OLED business now that iPhones come with gorgeous OLED displays. And Apple happens to be looking for more iPhone X supplier to cut its dependence on Samsung, which is currently the only company capable of mass producing OLED screens that meet Apple’s stringent requirements.

That’s why it would not be surprising to hear that Apple has hired LG Display to manufacture screens according to its specifications, especially given that the two companies are working on a mysterious iPhone design that Apple wants to keep secret from Samsung. And Google’s Pixel may be an indirect beneficiary of an Apple-LG OLED deal.

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