Apple launched the new iPhone SE 2 last month. It uses a 4.7-inch LCD screen and is equipped with the same A13 bionic processor as the iPhone 11 series. The starting price is $399.
The new iPhone SE has been on sale for some time. And it’s logical that we will get more information about it.
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The latest reports show that the LCD screen required by Apple’s new SE series iPhone is currently exclusively supplied by its previous major LCD screen supplier, Japan Display Company (JDI). However, Sharp, which was acquired by Hon Hai Precision in 2016, subsequently also will supply LCD screens to Apple’s new iPhone SE.
Before the iPhone adopted the OLED screen, JDI was a major supplier of LCD screens for Apple smartphones. And Apple was also the main source of income for JDI. However, after Apple turned to OLED screens, JDI, which was not in time for transition, also fell into trouble. Apple has also rescued from multiple levels. In 2019, JDI still has 61% of revenue from Apple.
If JDI is currently the exclusive screen supplier for Apple’s new iPhone SE, it will be very beneficial for the company in all senses. However, in the report, the source did not mention when Sharp will join the ranks of iPhone SE screen suppliers. So it is not clear how long JDI’s exclusive supply can continue.