493 Apple is not leaving the plans as expected. We know that the manufacturer based in Cupertino intends to present…
Apple is not leaving the plans as expected. We know that the manufacturer based in Cupertino intends to present three new iPhone during the month of September to succeed the iPhone X. The problem is that Apple wants to lower the cost of iPhone X Plus price Y iPhone X second generation and for that he wants to use Samsung .
The initial idea of the manufacturer, or there pointed the main rumors, was that Samsung was responsible for manufacturing the OLED screen of the next iPhone 5.8 inches that they will present in September while LG would be in charge of the production of the OLED panel of the most vitamin model: the iPhone X Plus with a 6.5-inch screen.
The problem is that LG is not managing to manufacture this type of OLED screens in a massive way and, with the strict quality standards that Apple requires for its devices, for now the only option is continue to depend on Samsung . Although they want to pay less for b Drop the price of the iPhone X Plus.
The American manufacturer has no choice but to rely on Samsung to provide quality OLED screens, the problem is that the panels represent a third of the Total cost of manufacturing an iPhone X so, unless Samsung makes a substantial discount when it comes to selling their screens, Apple will not lower the price of the iPhone X Plus and the second generation iPhone X Plus.
And here is where the second problem comes: Apple believes that the cost of the first iPhone X has been the main precursor of bad sales and for that reason it does want to launch a new version of the cheaper iPhone X to the market.
How? Well asking Samsung to r lower the price of your OLED panels. Currently Manzana pays Samsung $ 110 for each screen and wants that figure to be reduced to $ 100.
To convince your main opponent in the telephony market, the american firm is offering to increase the volume of production . Keep in mind that it is estimated that Apple will buy Samsung 25 million screens for the current iPhone X and another 75 million OLED panels for the next iPhone X Plus and iPhone X second generation.
Samsung will have to see if this business makes up for it. The Korean manufacturer has a clear advantage over its rival: Apple depends exclusively on Samsung to produce the OLED screen of the iPhone X Plus and iPhone X so, if Samsung agrees to lower the cost of the panels to reduce the price of the iPhone X Plus has to compensate, and much, the increase in production.