That rivalry may, however, start to overshadow their partnership soon.
'Former World Best Footballer, George Weah Wins Liberia Presidential Election'
A presidential candidate must win more than 50 percent of the vote to avoid a second round. Worldwide observers say Tuesday's vote went smoothly despite late starts in some counties.
According to The Investor, Apple has partnered with LG to make a foldable screen rather than Samsung (which is Apple's current OLED screen supplier), a decision which may apparently have been made due to concerns that Samsung would get access to sensitive tech.
Alongside the screen, a future foldable iPhone would also require a flexible circuit board and Apple may also assign the printing of such a board to LG, as per a report from Korean website The Investor.
Lufthansa to acquire majority of insolvent Air Berlin
Spohr told the Rheinischen Post he did not believe Lufthansa's deal with Air Berlin would result in higher airfares. The airline carried some 80,000 people a day mostly on short-haul destinations.
The report goes on stating that the production of the foldable OLED panel will start in early 2019 so that the foldable iPhone might be launched in 2020. Will we actually see a folding smartphone from Apple next year? If Samsung hits a home run with their new Note foldable smartphone likely to debut next year, then Apple will race like hell to enter this category. Now, it looks like Apple is also in plans to launch such a smartphone in the coming years. Since LG Display has smaller resources as opposed to Samsung, it could mean fewer chances of the phone's design getting leaked.
Apple and LG may be working together to develop the next-big-thing for Apple. The Company's products and services include iPhone, iPad, Mac, iPod, Apple TV, a portfolio of consumer and professional software applications, the iOS and OS X operating systems, iCloud, and a variety of accessory, service and support offerings.
USMNT not headed to 2018 World Cup and people are disgusted
Soccer after their qualifying failure. "Because that should have never happened with the billion dollars-plus that is going into U.S.
Apple's CEO told the UK Independent yesterday that "We don't give a rat's about being first, we want to be the best, and give people a great experience". Since the first prototype was created, the display maker has reportedly been improving its yield rate and the durability of the panels.