Company Apple dependent
Shares of Apple supplier Japan Display fell by six percent after a media report that Apple will use OLED screens for all its forthcoming fifth-generation (5G) iPhones this year.
Still waiting for Apple cash
Japan Display reported its 11th consecutive quarterly net loss on sluggish display sales and restructuring costs as the cash-strapped company scrambles to get a bailout deal from Jobs' Mob.
Still bailing out
Troubled Japan Display aims to clinch a deal for least $468 million in vital funding by the end of the month, having had to scramble after a Chinese investor group suddenly pulled out of a bailout plan.
Jobs taketh away, Jobs giveth, praise be to Steve Jobs
Japan Display will receive a $100 million investment from Apple, its biggest customer.
A late shift
Japan Display will begin to supply organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screens for the Apple Watch later this year.
Analysts say it has been bought to its knees and now is looking for an intervention
Japan Display is starting to regret a 2015 deal it did with Apple to build a new factory for LCD panels.
Talk of help from China and Taiwan
Shares in the troubled Japan Display jumped 11 percent on Wednesday after a report said the smartphone screen maker was in talks for funding from Taiwan’s TPK Holding Co and China’s Silk Road Fund in exchange for a stake of around 30 percent.
Another partner in trouble as Apple moves to OLED
Another company which leaned rather too heavily on Apple is in trouble after Jobs' Mob has decided to use OLED screens in all three new iPhone models planned for next year.
Smartphone screen-making needs an overhaul
Japan Display is looking for funds from an outside investor to help finance an overhaul of its ailing smartphone screen-making business, including 3,500 job cuts.