“According to reports, Apple has partnered up with both LG Display as well as Japan Display Corporation in order to manufacture the 4.7 inch panels of the iPhone 6,” G 4 Games reports.
“However, two manufacturers are not enough for the anticipated high demand of the next iPhone, and the Cupertino giant was searching for a third supplier,” G 4 Games reports. “According to the Taiwanese media, Apple was in talks with Samsung, Sharp and Innolux, in order for one of these companies to be the third manufacturer producing the 4.7 inch panel of the iPhone 6. Based on these latest reports however, Apple has decided to turn down Samsung and Sharp, and has chosen to stick with Innolux instead.”
“Allegedly, the reason why Apple refused to collaborate with Samsung is because the Korean tech giant is too much of a direct competitor,” G 4 Games reports. “As far as Sharp goes, Apple turned down the said company, following the analysis of the first wave of sample panels, which appear to be suffering from ‘Moire’ issues.”
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