According to a new report from China, Apple will actually use OLED display panels from the Chinese company BOE for the iPhone 14 series. Apparently the panels from BOE for the upcoming iPhones were certified by Apple last Thursday. BOE plans to start mass production before the end of this month. Deliveries of the panels to Apple will take place in September, the month in which the Cupertino-based company traditionally announces new iPhones.
Apple iPhone 14 renders
BOE’s role in the iPhone 14 supply chain was up for discussion for several weeks. Apple had discovered that BOE had unilaterally changed some design elements of its iPhone 13 panels. For a while the future together was unclear, but the tide has apparently turned and BOE will continue to supply Apple for the upcoming products.
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BOE is expected to ship only 6.1-inch LTPS OLED panels for the base iPhone 14. Industry insiders estimate that Apple will order 90 million display panels for the iPhone 14 family this year, of which 60 million will come from Samsung Display, 25 million from LG Display and 5 million from BOE. BOE has previously provided the panels for both the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13.
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