The list of iPhone 14 screen suppliers revealed that BOE has a shortlist-ePrice.HK

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Earlier, it was reported that BOE, a Chinese screen panel manufacturer, had been removed from the iPhone 13 supply chain after being discovered by Apple because it modified the OLED design without permission. Even iPhone 14 orders were also taken by LG Display and Samsung Display. However, the latest news seems to have changed 180 degrees, and BOE continues to be in the iPhone 14 supply list.

BOE still shortlisted

Market research firm Omdia recently released a report saying that Apple has finalized the list of screen panel suppliers for the iPhone 14, namely LG Display, Samsung Display and BOE, which are the same as the iPhone 13 series released last year. Omdia pointed out that the iPhone 14 series will be equipped with the latest LTPS and LTPO OLED screen panels, of which Samsung will become the largest OLED supplier, responsible for supplying panels for the iPhone 14, 14 Plus, 14 Pro, 14 Pro Max and iPhone 13.

205 million screen panel orders for the year

As for LG, it will supply panels for the iPhone 13, iPhone 14, and 14 Pro Max, while BOE will only be responsible for the screen panels of the iPhone 13 and iPhone 14. The report also mentions that the iPhone 14 and 14 Plus will be equipped with LTPS OLED panels with a higher refresh rate than the previous generation, but there will be no variable refresh rate of the LTPO screens of the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max. Omida estimates that Apple will order 205 million LTPS and LTPO OLED panels in 2022, Samsung will get 60% of the orders, and LG and BOE will get 25% and 15% of orders respectively.

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Source: gizmochina

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