Anonymous, 02 Jan 2016do you even understand your own words? not being able to keep up with demand is a problem. ... moreYeah, I mean you and Applesexual need to be educated. You don't even understand what you're talking about.
Anonymous, 02 Jan 2016You are the one who needs to use your head. Read the article and THINK! Samsung is not bein... moreYou are not thinking because they invested in JDI before they went to Samsung as backup. Please do some research before commenting.
AnonD-473183, 02 Jan 2016This is just pathetic and shows your lack of knowledge of the tech industry. It's not about pr... moreWe can see already how Samsung makes better screen - viewing angles like TN, defect display rate of over 50% in selected shipments.
Again, not able to fulfill demand doesn't have anything to do with being poor technology. Investing into new facilities meaning making production even more costly that Apple wouldn't pay for. It's expensive, yet superior to current-gen low quality Samsung AMOLED.
regs, 02 Jan 2016Read the article yourself. Sharp doesn't have enough production facilities. The technology its... moreThis is just pathetic and shows your lack of knowledge of the tech industry. It's not about production facility. It's about yield rates.
Yield rates is a major factor in determining manufacturing process quality and the feasibility of getting a tech mainstream. Anyone can make a display that is better than OLED, but if the manufacturing process is trash, no one will use it. Samsung OLED is mainstream because it's the best display tech with acceptable yields. Just having displays with better specs doesnt mean much if the process to make those displays are so bad that yield rates are in single digit territory. Do you really think Samsung who spends more in r&d than SHARP and JDI combined can't make far better screens than they have right now?
Samsung and LG and every other display manufacturer can already make screens that are 50+ years ahead of what we use right now. Those screens aren't in production due to how bad the manufacturing processes are. The difference between the manufacturers come down to marketing, in that Samsung and LG don't market tech that won't be mainstream anytime soon.
SHARP AND JDI are desperate, so they market unrealistic tech with poor yields.
regs, 02 Jan 2016Read the article yourself. Sharp doesn't have enough production facilities. The technology its... moredo you even understand your own words?
not being able to keep up with demand is a problem.
and you are saying once joled is "ready" then it "will" get produced.....
so you are speculating.
and completely ignoring the next level of advancements samsung and or lg could make to their oled by then
What? Did I read it correctly? Is really "Apple (considering) LG and Samsung as flexible OLED suppliers"? Are they not ashamed of themselves?, by using the word "considering" to the Prince and King of technology, LG and Samsung? Instead of merely "considering", what if they just make there own? Apple is a greater company than LG and Samsung right? For sure, they can easily produce far more greater, and, a lot lot better flexible OLED displays than theirs; right? Or perhaps, if they really want the technology of Samsung so very badly, if I may suggest, why not sue themÂ… bring them to the U.S. / American and all the international courts and there, treasonably accuse them of anything and everything false and sham they could ever possibly think of allover the Earth, and under the Sun!, for they might just get what they want. Attention to the deceived Apple fans: the world knows what your beloved company's deceitful doings, just to gain some sort of advantage. Simply because there engineers are by-all-means, no-much to the great ingenuity and ingeniousness of Samsung's virtuoso inventors and innovators, that is why they're force to resort to there lawyers to use all possible legal recourse to win and stand there ground; by filing a barrage of fabricated cases to all the lawcourts all over the world, making simulated and false accusations whatsoever; and aside from that, rapidly producing, filing and registering patents to the FCC that by-all-means; would never ever come into reality without the help and the technological knowledge of others, specially to the great and awesome expertise; and the utmost braininess of the dazzlingly skilled engineers; innovators and inventors of Samsung!! Yes: We, Know¡
AnonD-473183, 02 Jan 2016Ah yes, keep claiming that renowned tech sites like DisplayMates are lying. It only shows me h... moreRead the article yourself. Sharp doesn't have enough production facilities. The technology itself is much more superior and much more reliable. They see no point of investing into production facilities when LCD lasts its years.
JOLED on the other hand is a joint venture of many Japanese manufacturers. It's been made with a purpose to replace aging IPS, yet still more superior to current OLEDs. So once technology is ready for the market they will invest into production.
regs, 31 Dec 2015You are now making up claims, Samsung fanboy. I got devices with both Samsung AMOLED and Sharp... moreEven more problems with SHARP: "Apple looks to Samsung as LG Display, Sharp struggle to make mini Retina panels"
Â“Currently, LG Display and Sharp are both stipulated as display suppliers for the new iPad Mini. Problem is, LGD is the only one having any success at achieving production, according to a DisplaySearch Japan analyst cited in a Nikkei report. But even LGD is not faring that well at the moment. The report characterizes production at LGD as Â“not close to full production.Â”
As a result, Apple is now turning to Samsung. But that erstwhile supplier to Apple will not be ready to deliver any kind of volume until well into next year, according to the report.Â”
Both LG and Samsung dominate SHARP. No ifs and buts.
regs, 31 Dec 2015You are now making up claims, Samsung fanboy. I got devices with both Samsung AMOLED and Sharp... moreAh yes, keep claiming that renowned tech sites like DisplayMates are lying. It only shows me how pathetic you are.
The fact is, SHARP is currently a 3rd rate display manufacturer beneath Samsung and LG. Whether you want to admit it or not, SHARP has had many problems with their displays, which is why Apple keeps crawling back to Samsung or relies mainly on LG to supply the majority of their displays. SHARP is used as back-up to meet supply chain requirements.
Sharp production failure with iPhone 5: http://www.cnet.com/news/as-iphone-5-looms-sharps-screen-production-falters/
LG is producing 90% of Apple Watch displays.
Again, if SHARP and JDI were so good, why is Apple only using them as back-up?
Anonymous, 31 Dec 2015Omg, first and foremost, I am not Apple or Samsung fanboys. Second Apple wanted high quality L... moreYou are the one who needs to use your head. Read the article and THINK!
Samsung is not being a backup. This is a FINAL deal, and JDI isn't even in the picture or the contract.
Apple is only investing in JDI because they're afraid Samsung will jack-up the price, so they need a back-up no matter how inferior it is.
AnonD-4254, 30 Dec 2015Samsung & Apple are really like a couple. Ok, maybe a violent, fighting, arguing, complain... moreyou should know that samsung has many departments and its SOOO BIG
samsung mobile is different from samsung display, :) and i just found it a while ago
NEWLY INVENTED... aside of RGB there's ARGB and XRGB
possible the phone will became invisible.
in this year 2016. :D
AnonD-473183, 31 Dec 2015Samsung doesn't care. They would just sell to other companies and Apple would be left with inf... moreUm Name one company that has sold mor phones than apple this year ? Not including Samsung and their Huge List of phones Every other company didnt even get of sales 1/4th of what Apple made and sold
Anonymous, 30 Dec 2015Look who's copying again? I phoned are going to be nearly 100% copy of Samsung phablets.I dont know what people dont understand Samsung Phones are completey Different experiences to Iphones once you use either one you can tell the difference from gaming to taking pictures to calling texting anything gosh these are no longer basic phones these are smartphones and under the hood they will always be different
Anonymous, 31 Dec 2015No, stupid. LG had 1 problem with ghosting, but SHARP has had many issues over the past with t... moreYou are now making up claims, Samsung fanboy. I got devices with both Samsung AMOLED and Sharp's NM2. And I can trust my eyes, not faked DisplayMate stuff. Sharp, especially the one in Meizu's assembly, blows off Samsung in everything with partial exception on black, but just partial. In sunlight and bright room Sharp has it much better.
With Samsung I am not able to reproduce color reproducability claimed and faked by Display Mate not in any mode. Colors are largely distorted even in front 90 deg look and heavily distorted in 120-130 deg look, like TN. Even black color becomes midgray in little angles in sunlight and lighten up room.
If I were fanboy, i wouldn't spend money on buying SGS6, you Samsung fanboy.
And no, Sharp had no issues so far, yet SGS6 and SGN5 have excessive defect rate of displays. In some shipments it's over 50%.
AnonD-4254, 30 Dec 2015Samsung & Apple are really like a couple. Ok, maybe a violent, fighting, arguing, complain... moreYou're right because they both have the same objective. Ever heard of this word in chemistry: likes dissolve likes rule. It doesn't matter if Apple sue Samsung or the other way around. Their objective is about how to make profits from average consumers; they both have the same marketing strategies, but they are different in demand for supplies.