Because of the need for more OLED panels, LG has expanded its OLED production capacity. LG reportedly decided to help Apple produce OLED screens for future iPads. According to the most recent sources, LG Display is developing two versions of OLED panels that it hopes to offer for Apple’s upcoming iPads.
LG Display is working on 12.9-inch and 11-inch variants, according to Elec. The 12.9-inch device was developed solely by the corporation. In contrast, Samsung Display is focusing on its model of the 11-inch device. Apple intends to employ a two-stack dual construction for the OLED screens available in upcoming iPad models. The first iPads with OLED displays are ready to be released in 2024.
Spectral layers appear in two-stack dual OLED panels rather than one in single stack OLED panels. Comparatively to single stack OLED panels, these panels offer twice the brightness and four times the life duration. Thin-film transistors (TFTs) composed of low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) will be installed in these panels. This technique is presently widely employed in the OLED screens of Apple and Samsung’s devices, which feature a 120Hz adjustable screen resolution.
As a result, LG Display is ready to take on more iPad OLED work than Samsung Display, which lacks OLED panel manufacturing experience. To compete with LG and improve the production of OLED, Samsung Screen has started making its own two-stack double layout technology in the last few years.