Apple to Evaluate BOE’s iPhone 14 OLED Panel This Week Report

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Tech giant Apple will this week begin evaluation of samples from Chinese display maker Beijing Oriental Electronics (BOE) of OLED panels for the upcoming iPhone 14. This information has been given in the media report.

The Alic reported that the display panel maker is hoping to get approval from the iPhone maker within a month.

If approved by Apple, BOE will begin mass production of panels aimed at one of the four standard models in the iPhone 14 series sometime between July and August.

The report says that it is a couple of weeks behind its South Korean competitors Samsung Display and LG Display, which are expected to start mass production later this month.

Earlier this year, BOE was caught by Apple for changing the circuit width of thin film transistors on OLED panels manufactured for the iPhone 13.

This Reduced the Supply of OLED Panels For the iPhone 13 Starting in February

Chinese company officials visited Cupertino to explain the situation to Apple and obtain approval for OLED panels aimed at the iPhone 14.

Sources said that BOE recently got re-approval for supply of panels for iPhone 13 by Apple.

Given the situation, the Chinese display giant needs to win multiple orders for OLED panels for the upcoming iPhone 14.

The report mentions that considering the recent debacle with the panel for the iPhone 13, it will likely supply around 5 million units.

Apple to evaluate BOE’s iPhone 14 OLED panel this week: report

Tech giant Apple will this week begin evaluation of samples from Chinese display maker Beijing Oriental Electronics (BOE) of OLED panels for the upcoming iPhone 14. This information has been given in the media report.

The Alic reported that the display panel maker is hoping to get approval from the iPhone maker within a month.

If approved by Apple, BOE will begin mass production of panels aimed at one of the four standard models in the iPhone 14 series sometime between July and August.

The report says that it is a couple of weeks behind its South Korean competitors Samsung Display and LG Display, which are expected to start mass production later this month.

Earlier this year, BOE was caught by Apple for changing the circuit width of thin film transistors on OLED panels manufactured for the iPhone 13.

This reduced the supply of OLED panels for the iPhone 13 starting in February.

Chinese company officials visited Cupertino to explain the situation to Apple and obtain approval for OLED panels aimed at the iPhone 14.

Sources said that BOE recently got re-approval for supply of panels for iPhone 13 by Apple.

Given the situation, the Chinese display giant needs to win multiple orders for OLED panels for the upcoming iPhone 14.

The report mentions that considering the recent debacle with the panel for the iPhone 13, it will likely supply around 5 million units.

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