Great news for OLED display fans who have been waiting for Apple to release an iPhone or iPad model using the technology. IHS Technology Research Director, Kevin Wang recently revealed in a post on Weibo that Apple is looking at using OLED panels on its 2016 iPhone and iPad models.
Currently, Samsung is the undisputed leader when it comes to mobile AMOLED displays. However, Wang has indicated that Apple is not likely to opt for Samsung Super AMOLED panels for its products. That only leaves LG as one of the main contenders, the current major supplier of OLED panels for the Apple Watch.
Rumors in the past have indicated JOLED could supply OLED panels to Apple for future iPads, so it could be possible that the Japanese display firm could also be one of the suppliers of OLED displays for future Apple products.
While the source does have a decent track record, we would still recommend you take this info with a pinch of salt.