There’s probably nothing more humbling than cutting a check to your competitor. But, when it comes to parts for smartphones and other things in industry, it is pretty common practice, especially when large volumes are ordered but unused. That’s where Apple finds themselves today after sending rival Samsung some $USD 684 for OLED screens it didn’t sell. Apple’s weaker-than-expected sales of OLED screens on the iPhone X and iPhone XS is what led to the big charge being levied against the Cupertino company but, as Reuters points out, that huge sum doesn’t help Samsung salvage its recent business performance whichLast Updated on July 10, 2019 by Kehl BayernTotal: 0Shares 0Tweets 0PinsThere’s probably nothing more humbling than cutting a check to your competitor. But, when it comes to parts for smartphones and other things in industry, it is pretty common practice, especially when large volumes are ordered but unused. That’s where Apple finds themselves …