It seems that the production of OLED panels for the future of the smartphone from Apple have faced unforeseen difficulties. If you believe rumors and renderers, the OLED panel on the iPhone will have a cutout at the top. Apparently, it is this neckline that creates great difficulties for manufacturers, which leads to a rise in the cost of production.
According to MyDrivers, the vice president of Foxconn Luo Zhongsheng in the Chinese social network Weibo spoke of the difficulties. It is on the shoulders of Foxconn that most of the orders for the assembly of Apple's smartphones fall.
According to vice-president Foxconn, when manufacturing OLED-panels for the new iPhone, too much of the marriage is obtained, which will negatively affect the cost of the final product. According to rumors, only 60 percent of the panels come out suitable for use in the iPhone, and this is really a depressing indicator.
At the moment we do not know how much the new iPhone will cost, but if it costs significantly more, we can assume that its cost is laid two OLED-panels. One was installed, and the other was not produced during production.