A new report from Japan indicates that Apple has invested almost 100 million dollars in Japan Display, which is currently undergoing a restructuring.
Apple accounted for almost 60% of the Japan Display business. In addition to this investment, the report indicates that Apple will change the orders and will convert the production of LCD monitors from China to Japan.
Apple initially invested 1,500 million dollars to the Japanese company, in addition to this investment, Apple has other reasons to help keep Japan Display alive. The company manufactures OLED monitors for the Apple Watch watch, LCD monitors for XR phones, and all older versions of iPhone phones that do not include OLED displays.
Al-Khobar: Exclusive. Apple invests $ 100 million in Japan Display. The newspaper Al-Asrar Al-Wassab declines all responsibility for the content of this news, but the responsibility corresponds to the original editor of the news and the source is the place: