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Samsung reportedly squeezed out of contract for Apple’s new iPhone 6 displays


A new report out of Taiwan says that Apple has already chosen display suppliers for the iPhone 6, with LG and Japan Display being the primary suppliers. In addition to those two companies, Innolux has apparently also been contracted to provide 4.7-inch iPhone 6 screens, UDN says, in order for Apple to meet the expected increased iPhone 6 demand, while Samsung and Sharp have been both rejected. The 4.7-inch iPhone 6 is rumored to launch in September, and feature a display with a strange-but-logical 1704 x 960 resolution, although it’s too early to talk about iPhone 6 component manufacturers. The Taiwanese publication says that Apple rejected Samsung’s display because of the rivalry between the two companies, while Sharp’s displays had certain issues. Sharp

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