Apple Chooses Innolux As Third IPhone 6 Display Maker

By 01:40 Tue, 20 Jul 2021 Comments

A Taiwanese news outlet reports that Apple has chosen display company Innolux to handle a third of the overall iPhone 6 classy screen panel production. Samsung, Innolux and Sharp were in the running to acquire the order from Apple, but reportedly the Cupertino execs chose Innolux.

Since Apple anticipates a remarkable interest in the iPhone 6, it distributes the production of its display between three companies: Japan Display Corporation, LG Display and the third is Innolux. Samsung and Sharp were also competing to acquire a third of the iPhone 6 classy screen production.

However, Apple is considering Samsung as too much of a direct competitor so it dismissed it. Sharp didn't create the slit following reports of its fist batch of sample panel were experiencing issues.

Reportedly, Innolux remained the only option for Apple as the company has been one of the world's top touch panel makers ever since its start in 2003. It has been producing displays for TV, desktop monitors, notebooks and mobile devices ever since.

While Apple didn't choose Samsung for the production of a third of the iPhone 6 displays, the South Korean company made more than a half of the iPad 4 displays in Q1 this year, so the two company haven't completely drifted appart.

Plenty of iPhone 6 casings and dummies have surfaced stating that we should expect Apple to fit a 4.7" display.

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