In early May, Apple unexpectedly discovered that the Chinese manufacturer BOE, which produces displays for the iPhone 13, secretly simplified the design of the panels . Cupertino did not appreciate the deception and began to drastically reduce the share of BOE in the supply chain. Now, according to South Korea’s The Elec, BOE is trying to win Apple’s approval by offering new samples of OLED panels for the upcoming iPhone 14 for evaluation. And while Apple has a month to prepare a verdict, LG Display and Samsung Display will begin production of the necessary OLED displays. already in July. By the way, the latter will receive an order of 80 million panels for all four models: iPhone 14, 14 Max, 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max. At the same time, the share of large 6.7 “models is slightly larger: 41.83 million versus 38.17 million units in the case of 6.1”.
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Based on materials from thelec.net | etnews.com