LG is developing a foldable display for Apple

18 February 2021
The LG Display division is expected to assist Apple in developing a foldable device.

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Shanti Dope, 18 Feb 2021Not the best, but I prefer their P-OLED panels in terms of ... moreCould you share information regarding you saying "they are true 10-bit panels unlike Samsung's".

Because to make True 10-bit Panels at these smartphone panel price points, is almost impossible.

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SShreyas, 18 Feb 2021I replied you, not on an articleYet you clicked on an article, so you could read the comments.

AnonD-940827, 18 Feb 2021What article did you comment on? I replied you, not on an article

[deleted post]I am so sorry , I shouldn't gain knowledge of something I haven't used. I have never been to space so I will never ever read about other planets or NASA or SpaceX. I can't afford Lamborghini so I will pretend that it doesn't exist. I will just limit my knowledge.

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-Trix-, 18 Feb 2021Not interested about foldables, but interesting to see whic... moreBut the current iPad is already a master at folding 😂😂

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DenDan, 18 Feb 2021LoL Samsung could make besg display imagem and quality o... moreOn the iPhone 12 series, it's proven that the chances of you getting a bad display or tinting issues increased with LG panels. The Samsung panels were the best.

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M, 18 Feb 2021Classic Apple: 4 years later, but 4 times better. Looking f... more" Classic Apple: 4 years later, but 4 times better. Looking forward. "

You mean looking forward to going 4 years backwards and calling it innovation?

🤣🤣🤣🤣

Shady69, 18 Feb 2021and apple and their fanboys will claim that the screens are... moreBut if they happen to have quality issues, then they'll happily put the blame on the company which manufactures their displays.

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Does anyone actually want a foldable display?

Bet it'll cost $2000+

Not interested about foldables, but interesting to see which direction Apple chose with it from the available choices. For me the clamshell makes most sense, or just foldable iPad and not iPhone.

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Back in June 2018, Panos Panay tweeted about LG's involvement with Microsoft's Surface Duo^. However, it was met with extreme disappointment with its nod to Android.

There is no doubt whatsoever that Apple's iFold will be a stonkingly powerful and extremely successful device. Microsoft failed at delivering the ultimate that should have been the Surface Foldable, running Windows, WCOS, in part due to Intel failing miserably at delivering a powerful 'Y' monikered chip with decent power efficiency for all-day battery life.

As much as I despise iOS (notably for its disgracefully inept file system management), Apple shall make foldable devices cool and a must-have accessory, even amongst the vast swathes of people who currently opine there are no killer applications for foldable. Apple shall change their perception, as only Apple can.


^ https://mobile.twitter.com/panos_panay/status/1012461056298369024

I won't be surprised if Apple picks up the LG rolling phone. That has a superb industrial design. Maybe they could co-branded it.

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SShreyas, 18 Feb 2021Are you talking of some Android manufacturer?What article did you comment on?

AnonD-940827, 18 Feb 2021Enjoy screens full with flaws xD Are you talking of some Android manufacturer?

and apple and their fanboys will claim that the screens are made by apple only, with no outside help.

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Anonymous, 18 Feb 2021Samsung says helloLoL

Samsung could make besg display imagem and quality ones...but LG make the more durable and with biger lifespan.

Im out of Samsung tv's, lost the count how many displays get faulty on tv's...LG displays even tho isnt top notch, last longer than Samsung trouble display's at tv's.

I'm tecnician fyi.

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Enjoy screens full with flaws xD

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M, 18 Feb 2021Classic Apple: 4 years later, but 4 times better. Looking f... moreFallacious reasoning that can't hold up to scrutiny.

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Andreidinutu, 18 Feb 2021Lg makes the best displaysSamsung says hello