Apple is testing an OLED display for the iPhone 14 this week ahead of mass production. Election reports,
The OLED display panel in question is reportedly intended for the standard 6.1-inch iPhone 14h model, which will begin mass production between July and August.
The screens belong to Chinese display panel maker BOE, which was embroiled in controversy earlier this year when Apple discovered that the supplier had secretly changed the circuit width of thin-film transistors in OLED panels to the iPhone 13. BOE officials had visited Cupertino to resolve the issue. , The situation with Apple, OLED panels once again approved, especially as their presence in the supply chain puts pressure on Samsung Display and LG Display to be more competitive and reduce prices.
The iPhone 13’s debacle with the display change is likely to limit the number of displays Apple orders from the BOE to about five million. BOE is expected to receive approval from Apple before the end of June, but the supplier is said to be several weeks behind Samsung and LG. The iPhone 14 lineup is expected to launch normally in the fall, despite delays with manufacturers in China.