They are quiet a few rumors bout include Apple to include AMOLED in future iPhones. Today comes another of these rumors which ensures that the company that makes Japan Display front panels will start mass production of AMOLED screens for iPhone in 2018, which would be the iPhone and 8. According to the Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun half Japanese, Japan is Diplay negotiating with Apple to be one of the suppliers of AMOLED panels for iPhone front when the time comes, joining Samsung and LG.
Japan Display is one of two suppliers of LCD panels for major iPhone several years ago, being the other big supplier Sharp. If the rumors are true, the Japanese company would have set a goal to stay relevant in making such a component to the bitten apple smartphone and possibly would take many orders that could do to Samsung and LG .
Ming-Chi Kuo also talked about the possibility that Apple will use this type of display in late November, but asserted that Apple still take several years to include AMOLED screens on your smartphone. According to Kuo, Apple will not mount AMOLED screens on your smartphone until 2019.
AMOLED displays provide more vivid colors than LCD screens, which might not appeal to everyone equally. Moreover, this type of display may also have a lower energy consumption, especially in images where predominates the black color. The Apple Watch and uses AMOLED, which, together with its dark interface, helps the SmartWatch does not exhaust the battery much earlier, which would have made more reviews that you received when people found out that we would have to charge the watch almost every day.Anyway, it seems that Apple will use AMOLED screens on your phone in the future.(Source: Nikkan [Google Translate])