Y'know what the problem really is with this. They're coming up with an arguably new screen technology, getting a patent monopoly on it, and then applying that monopoly to the whole device, so that only Apple can build 'micro-hole OLED' smartphones.
I could see them being granted a patent on the screen manufacturing process - and collecting royalties from anyone who wants to build such a screen. Or even insisting on being the sole source for such screens. But when they then limit the universe of available devices using those screens to themselves, the patent system has started going overboard.
Imagine if Apple had invented fingerprint scanning - or if Samsung had. Then no other device could use a fingerprint scanner - because Apple or Samsung wants to maintain a monopoly on smartphones with that useful feature, not just the fingerprint scanner monopoly the patent office granted them. Whoever invented the fingerprint scanner has come up with a true invention, which they arguably have the right to collect payments on. But when you start letting them dictate who they'll sell that invention to and how that invention may be used, you're limiting innovation instead of encouraging it.