Japan Display OLED iPhone screens could still be at least two years away, according to a new report today.
Apple has been working hard to diversify its supply chain for OLED screens for its flagship iPhone models, working with multiple suppliers to break Samsung’s monopoly — even injecting funds into two of them…
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