According to reports, people in the display industry revealed that Apple plans to use OLED displays instead of LCD displays on some iPad models starting next year.
According to reports, people in the display industry revealed that Apple plans to use OLED displays instead of LCD displays on some iPad models starting next year. It is said that Apple has reached an agreement with display manufacturers to provide OLED panels for its iPad series.
Apple industry chain analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also mentioned in a previous report that the mid-range iPadAir will be updated to an OLED display at least next year. If the news is true, this will be the first time the iPad series has adopted OLED displays. Except for the latest 12.9-inch iPad Pro equipped with mini LED displays, all current Apple iPad models use TFT LCD displays.
According to data from LEDinside, among all brands and OEMs, Apple's OLED panel adoption rate is the highest, reaching 78%. The total shipment of iPhone OLED panels in 2020 is 114 million, of which Samsung Display 89.6 million and LG Display 25 million. By 2021, this figure will increase to 169 million yuan, a year-on-year increase of 47.6%. In terms of manufacturers, Samsung accounted for about 110 million yuan, LG about 50 million yuan, and BOE about 9 million yuan. The first two manufacturers increased by 22.8% and 100% respectively year-on-year.
According to research firm Omdia, in addition to Apple, smartphone brands and OEMs are increasingly adopting OLED panels in their new models. The total adoption rate of OLED panels by smartphone OEMs and brands is expected to increase from 35% in 2020 to 43% in 2021.
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