Production for the iPhone 8’s OLED screen is reportedly ramping up this month. Samsung, which is said to be the OLED display supplier for Apple, will operate seven OLED production lines at “full scale” this month for the 10th anniversary iPhone, according to ETNews (via Apple Insider ). This appears to put some of the iPhone 8 release date delay rumors on hold. 

The iPhone 8, which is expected to be released this fall, is rumored to come with a bezel-less OLED screen. To meet Apple’s demands, Samsung’s production capacity for the screens spiked from 30,000 to 45,000 panels per month last year to 105,000 on Friday. Each panel can be used to make multiple iPhone screen displays.

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Samsung And Apple Team Up For iPhone 8

Samsung will reportedly be Apple’s sole supplier for the iPhone 8 displays. The Cupertino giant is said to have agreed to a two-year deal worth $9 billion with Samsung for OLED panels. In June, a DigiTimes report said Apple was set to receive 80 million panels delivered from Samsung for the smartphone. Samsung is scheduled to deliver the screens at the end of the year, and will distribute the remaining supply among other smartphone clients and for itself. Samsung will also reportedly keep some flexibility in case Apple asks for more panels.

Besides the iPhone 8, Apple will launch three OLED-display iPhones next year, according to Nikkei. The Korean company has reportedly invested billions this year to build OLED production facilities.

iPhone 8 Rumors

The 10th anniversary iPhone is rumored to come with wireless charging technology and a vertical dual-camera system for better pictures. The iPhone 8 could also come with AR capabilities and facial recognition, which could be supported by its rumored 3D-sensing front camera. Apple revealed its ARKit toolset for developers during the Worldwide Developers Conference, a move that backed up rumors surrounding the device’s augmented reality feature.

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The iPhone 8 is expected to come with a True Tone feature, which allows the display to adjust depending on the environment it’s in, as well as a 10W power adapter with USB-C connector and an integrated USB-C Power Delivery chip, which will allow for faster charging. The front and rear cameras will be able to record 4K resolution videos in 60 frames-per-second, Apple’s HomePod firmware suggests. The speaker’s firmware also revealed the iPhone 8 will feature an infra-red front camera with 3D face unlocking capability.

The 10th anniversary smartphone is rumored to come with an embedded Touch ID. However, some reports have suggested the feature is causing trouble and could lead to a delayed release date of the device.

The iPhone 8, which could also be called the iPhone X, iPhone Pro or iPhone Edition, is expected to be the premium iPhone that will be released this September. The device is rumored to launch alongside two LCD devices, the iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus.

Analysts said the iPhone 8 will be priced at more than $1,000.