After launching the first iPhone in 2007, Apple has introduced a new LCD screen every year. In recent years premium brands have come up with relatively good OLDD versions. For some reason, however, potentially related to cost, the company does not leave LCDs and always publishes devices and devices.
In the last 2018, Apple introduced the iPhone X and Max with the OLDD screen, but there were known LCDs in the XR.
According to The Wall Street Journal, this trend will change from next year. Unveiled sources of the newspaper said that the company plans to set up LCD display for all iPhone models next year.
News is welcome for customers, but not Apple's LCD display provider, Japan Display, which is usually funded by a US large order. WSJ suggests that the company will be sold to Chinese or Taiwanese investors. Although the Japan display has already stuck in the production of the dead technology, the benefit of future purchasers will be the company's close relationship with Apple.