Last year the launch of the iPhone 12 series was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic which affected the product chain of Apple products.
Although suppliers managed to regain some of the lost time, the traditional September event was postponed to October.
The same scenario is not expected to be repeated this year, and this is because Apple suppliers have managed to overcome the difficulties encountered during 2020.
Samsung Display and LG Display, which produce OLED panels for the iPhone 13 series, are a month ahead of schedule compared to last year and the iPhone 12.
Despite being just one component of a few, it is an indication that Apple suppliers are in the best position.
It is reported that Samsung Display will produce 80 million OLED panels for the iPhone 13 while LG Display only 30 million of them.
All iPhone 13 models will have OLED screens, however a difference in their quality is expected between the low-end and high-end models.
Finally the report is another confirmation that the iPhone 13 brings screens with a refresh rate of 120Hz. All current models have 60Hz refresh frequency screens. / PCWorld Albanian