Apple makes their own screens for every other iPhone—other than the iPhone X.
Apple is very good at making excellent LCD panels, which which they use in every other of their phones except the iPhone X.
For the iPhone X however, Apple wanted to use the higher quality display type, OLED.
Who makes the screens for Apple?
The displays are manufactured worldwide by different suppliers. Currently, the iPad’s display comes from Samsung, while the MacBook Pro, iPhone, and iPod Touch displays are made by LG Display and Japan Display Inc.
Where are iPhone screens made?
Foxconn is Apple’s longest running partner in building these devices. It currently assembles the majority of Apple’s iPhones in its Shenzen, China, location, although Foxconn maintains factories in countries across the world, including Thailand, Malaysia, the Czech Republic, South Korea, Singapore, and the Philippines.
Does Apple make their own cameras?
Who Manufactures Apple’s iPhone Camera? The manufacturers of the iPhone’s cameras, Sony and Omnivision, was once a motivating mystery. Apple has almost infamously shown reluctance to provide clear and detailed answers concerning the manufacturers of the components within the company’s devices.
What company makes the screens for the new iPhone?
According to industry sources today, Apple decided to apply touch-integrated flexible OLED panels to the new iPhone and commissioned the development and manufacturing from Samsung Display. Samsung Display recently entered into partnerships with related companies to develop parts and materials to make the displays.