• Confirmed the first rumors about the iPhone 8

  • The Japanese company Fujitsu produces OLED-matrix for the next generation iPhone. This was announced by CEO of tai Jen-Wu (Tai, Jeng-wu), reports Mashable.

    "iPhone evolyutsioniruet and now goes on with LTPS OLED panel," said Jen-Wu during his address to the students of the University of Tatung in Taipei (Taiwan). He added that this is the only way for a company if it wants to create innovative products.

    Also Jen-Wu recalled that Sharp is building in Japan a new plant for the production of OLED-panels. The CEO also spoke about plans to produce displays in the United States: "If our key client will require from us, so we moved production to the USA, why don't we do it".

    In late October, media reported, Apple is planning to launch in 2017, the iPhone 8 in three variants of the diagonal. In addition to the standard 4.7 and 5.5-inch versions, in the line, you may receive a smartphone with a diagonal of five inches. Thus the OLED display may be only the older models.


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