Apple may use high-end OLED screens in more of its devices, not necessarily just because it wants to, but also because it may satisfy a penalty it supposedly owes to its OLED supplier, Samsung Display — after reportedly failing to buy enough iPhone screens to make good on its contract. According to a report from ETnews, this repayment might even see Samsung’s OLED screens appearing in Apple products that have never featured them before, including notebooks and tablets (via AppleInsider).
That’s merely what industry sources say Apple and Samsung may be considering as one of their many options to settle the dispute, so it’s far too early to say if that will happen — but it could make sense. Apple uses the vibrant high-end screens as a…
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