The Apple iPhone 8 has given, and continues to give, to speak since the launch of the iPhone 7. The new Apple smartphone has not thrilled the public as much as it would like, and certainly the iPhone 8 continues to run the ink in the tech world.
Rumors have fueled the idea that Apple will leave IPS screens for OLEDs and the big question remains: "Who will provide them?"
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Apple has had talks with LG or even Sharp, however, it seems that it will decide to opt for its eternal rival Samsung in providing the new screens.
According to anonymous sources who told Business Korea, Apple is currently arranging talks with Samsung to provide displays for two years.
This deal will bring Samsung a profit of $ 3.3 billion and will value the company on the stock market, something it urgently needs after the Note 7 debacle.
Of course all this information is just rumors, but since next year is the tenth anniversary of the iPhone, we expect Apple to finally surprise us with the positive.
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