Apple is working with LG Display on a foldable iPhone for 2020

Apple is working with LG Display on a foldable iPhone for 2020

It claims that Apple has teamed up with LG Display to develop a foldable iPhone.

That is not to say that the foldable iPhone leak might take place from LG's side; it might definitely take place but there are smaller chances of that happening.

That rivalry may, however, start to overshadow their partnership soon.

First we heard of Samsung's plans to produce a smartphone with a bending, foldable screen, and now it's Apple's turn for a lap of the rumour mill.

Although Samsung is still expected to supply OLED panels for Apple's 2018 iPhones, LG, which recently started OLED production for phones at Chinese plant, is reportedly planning to supply iPhone panels from 2019 onwards.

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"We expect Apple's major promotion of facial recognition related applications will encourage the Android camp to also dedicate more resources to developing hardware and facial recognition applications", Kuo wrote. However, if Apple decides to put the latest TrueDepth camera and Face ID feature on iPad Pro, the sale for the device could go up considerably. The latter has been busy making a bendable smartphone of its own for the past few years, recently confirming that it was looking to launch the device next year. Given the fact that the South Korean company has already been working for years on this project, this reasoning seems to be a little faulty, to say the least. That's been changing with the likes of the LG V30 and Google Pixel 2, both with LGD OLED displays.

He told Boy Genius Report, 'We will launch the device only after overcoming a series of technological barriers'.

Apple pushed aside the traditional 3D Touch Home button which unlocked smartphones through fingerprint scans and made a decision to opt for a more futuristic face scanning software.

The U.S. survey found that 21% of total respondents and 29% of iPhone owners plan to buy an Apple Watch in the next year.

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