Grey1213, 24 Nov 2015So what about when Apple's chief designer, Jony I've, said that their LCD screens are old comp... moreSo what about when Apple's chief designer, Jony I've, said that their LCD screens are old compared to amoled? What did that mean? iPologists are everywhere
What does Jony Ive's comment on LCD vs AMOLED have anything to do with this article. Even my comment wasn't geared towards the technological differences of the two displays. No where in this article even mentions Jony Ive's names. The underlying premise of this article is business. Re-read the article and see that it was a Samsung Executive expressing the need to have long term contracts with other companies to benefit the business. The Executive even states that Samsung has re-newed discussions with Apple.
I can't believe I have to summarize an article for you. Whether or not Apple needs AMOLED does not change the intent of this article. Now, if an article comes out saying that Apple in fact is the one to initiate such discussions. I will gladly retract my comments.
Anonymous, 24 Nov 2015Incorrect. Other manufacturers are moving to Samsung's OLED tech, which is forcing Apple to do... moreI was not making a technical statement. I was making a article comprehension statement. Re-read the article, did it say anywhere that Apple has re-newed discussions of partnering with Samsung to utilize their displays. No, it clearly states the Samsung representative expresses that it would be beneficial for Samsung business wise to have Apple use their displays.
Even if you feel very strongly against LCD and rather use an AMOLED and though the technology is better, that does not refute the underlying premise of the article. Do not make this about something that it is not. This is purely business.
Apple will only move to OLED when the technology is finally on par with IPS LCD. Samsung users have been beta tester with their bad screen.
monsterduc1000, 25 Nov 2015As previously noted...
"Designing a fab process is more intellectually challenging than des... moreI never said designing a SoC is harder than developing process nodes, but you have to give Apple some credit here, their CPU core isn't a mild redesign.
Also, don't think Apple couldn't be as good or better than Samsung at semiconductor manufacturing, there simply is no need for Apple to be in that part of the industry.
Lol, 25 Nov 2015Oh wow, actually believing that a 6-wide Cyclone core is "a mild redesign" compared to 3-wide ... moreAs previously noted...
"Designing a fab process is more intellectually challenging than designing an soc.
An Soc is just a board with components from different manufavturers. Apple doesn't design the components that go into their Soc except the CPU, which is just a mild custom form of stock arm cores.
All the other components are designed by other companies. Apple just buys them and puts them into the Soc sockets. Not difficult."
All Crapple does is look at what other companies have, buy that tech, then position them to fit in their phone. They haven't designed any proprietary tech in ages.
Anonymous, 25 Nov 2015They moved some to tmsc... Maid lol. You sure have some funny fantasiesMaster: Please make me some coffee
Maid: Here you go sir
Pays maid salary.
Apple: Please make me some panels
Samsung: Here you go sir
Pays Samsung some fee.
Pretty similar. Unless you think making panels for someone makes you the client/employer?
monsterduc1000, 25 Nov 2015Beautifully said!!!Oh wow, actually believing that a 6-wide Cyclone core is "a mild redesign" compared to 3-wide reference Cortex A57/A72.
Anonymous, 25 Nov 2015All phones have lagged and will lag at some point. That more than includes iPhone, iPhone 5 la... moreThe iPhone 5 is virtually lag free on iOS9 except spotlight pulldown. Where did you find a vomparison of iOS vs Android crashes? Please don't post the outdated iOS8 vs Lollipop comparison.
raonaveen, 24 Nov 201514nm is size. Its not a design. Its technology to cut transistors from silicon of 14nm size. P... moreIt is the size of the transistors that Samsung designed that Apple uses. All Apple does is provide the layout of where to put stuff, Samsung handles all the tech. Look it up if you don't believe me.
ok apy, 25 Nov 2015Apple uses same display as a 100$ android phone? are you joking here? Apple uses a led backli... moreNah. It's not much better than what cheaper phones use. Just brighter and chosen to be more accurately calibrated. Somewhat
Lol, 25 Nov 2015The iPhone 5 still manages ro run iOS9 fine, is there any other 2012 Android phone which runs ... moreAll phones have lagged and will lag at some point. That more than includes iPhone, iPhone 5 lag free? You never used an iPhone then.
Not to mention the dramatic higher number of crashes ios has.
Either admit reality or find someone else to trcll cause those lies don't work on me
Apple uses same display as a 100$ android phone? are you joking here? Apple uses a led backlit IPS panel, which has huge nits of brightness... best in lcd class contrasts. The display mate awarded ipad airs to have the most accurate colors in any lcd.. now talking about lcds in android.. except the top flagships from htc,lg or sony.. no lcds even come close to iphones lcd tech... thanks to lg
Anonymous, 25 Nov 2015They already moved away from dependence on chips from Samsung, to TSMC. What this news is r... moreApple has always been trying to move away from Samsung for everything, but they usually come back. Like an abused house wife, since you enjoy the analogies so much.
Lol, 25 Nov 2015The iPhone 5 still manages ro run iOS9 fine, is there any other 2012 Android phone which runs ... moreNot even relevant when most of the features of ios9 have been in android since 2012 anyway. And I have a 2011 galaxy nexus running lollipop at least, though it is slightly slow sometimes. This particular phone has been abused to the point I think I damaged the internals though.
Samsung is moving to Quantum Dots display soon . So outdated display will be left to apple. Same like nowadays apple is using old and cheap lcd display that $100 android phones use.
Apple should go with lg's oled displays. I have an lg oled tv and it's amazing.
Noo, Samsung, don't do it. You are killing your main strategic advantage for smartphones. If the iPhones rock Amoled, you will sell more displays, but far less phones.