The iPhone 12 series has been on the market for a few days, but the real thing is that Samsung and apple are still working together. At the beginning of this year, rumors began to circulate that Samsung will sign a contract with apple to become the main display supplier for this year’s iPhone. According to the latest reports, this has finally happened. According to the report, three of the four iPhone 12s will use OLED panels provided by Samsung monitors. < / P > < p > this report covers a wide range of topics, and has already clarified which iPhone models are shipped with Samsung’s OLED panels. First, SamSung monitor is responsible for providing OLED panels for Apple’s iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 pro and iPhone 12 Pro max. As a result, the panel of the standard iPhone 12 is provided by LG display, while BOE of China is completely out. < / P > < p > last year, when Apple wanted to diversify its supply chain, BOE became the second runner up of suppliers. To be honest, it seemed to threaten the duopoly of Samsung and LG in the OLED world. But now, it seems that this situation no longer exists, because Apple finally decided to choose Samsung and LG. Maybe it’s because the quality of some excellent OLED panels is more guaranteed. < / P > < p > according to insider information, apple is likely to produce about 80 million iPhone 12 units by the end of this year. This means that Samsung and LG may supply 80 million panels in total, 60 million of which will be supplied by Samsung display. This is not the first time the two sides have worked together, as Samsung also supplied panels for Apple’s iPhone last year. Samsung monitors produced 50 million panels for the iPhone 11 series. According to other information, analysts also expect apple to ship about 220 million iPhone 12 units, which means Samsung monitors may eventually produce 170 million iPhone 12 OLED panels by 2020. Global Tech