New report seconds talk of issues with the production of Full-Active LCD panels for Apple iPhone 9

A report published today states that mass production of the Full-Active Flex LCD displays for the iPhone 9 began earlier this month. The screen uses the third generation of Japan Display’s Pixel Eyes touch sensor, which is said to be very accurate. However, the report mentions an extremely low yield rate of 1%, which we find hard to believe. But with a rate that low, previous reports claiming that the iPhone 9 won’t be released until November, make sense.
As usual, we expect Apple to unveil its new iPhone models in September.

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