According to rumors and leaks, Apple won’t produce the iPhone 14 Mini. Instead, it will replace it with a larger-screen version of the iPhone 14 series. Apple appears to have agreed to produce iPhone 14 screens with BOE (a Chinese smartphone display manufacturer).
Apple is expected to release its new iPhone. This new phone is rumored to have a BOE display, which is an organic light-emitting diode display. This new technology is said to be more energy-efficient and provide a better viewing experience. The phone is also expected to have a new design that differs from the current iPhone models. It remains to be seen whether these rumors are true, but if they are, it looks like Apple fans have something to look forward to next year!
Reports that the agreement is worth 50 million Yuan ($7.75million) and would see BOE produce 25% of OLED panels for iPhone 14’s standard model. BOE, a Chinese company, will only produce 6.1-inch panels. Therefore, the larger iPhone 14 Max and Pro will continue to use Samsung or LG screens.
Display: The new display is 6.1 inches and has a resolution of 828 x 1792. There has been much speculation surrounding the upcoming iPhone release, and now it seems as though we have a definite answer. According to a new report from 9to5Mac, the Apple Online Store will be stocking displays for the iPhone 14. This confirms previous reports that suggest the phone will feature a new design with a larger screen.
It is still unclear what other changes will be made to the phone, but it is exciting to think about all of the possibilities. We can only wait until official announcements from Apple to find out more details.
Apple has been known to use displays made by other companies in their iPhone and iPad products. This year, it appears that the company will once again partner with Samsung to provide displays for the iPhone 14. The new phone is rumored to feature a redesigned design that may include a face scanner, so it’s likely that Apple will need a large display to accommodate this feature.
The panel maker from China will produce panels for iPhones that are already in production for the first time. It has previously produced panels for iPhones of previous generations and other substitutes.
BOE claims to have expanded its Sichuan B16 facility and provided the energy necessary to produce OLED panels to meet future Apple contract requirements.
BOE had its best year since it began OLED panel development. With 60 million OLEDs sold last year, it performed admirably in production.
Due to a 60% increase in manufacturing, the Chinese language show maker has been able to secure its position as the best OLED show manufacturer in China and second on the globe, behind the undisputed leader Samsung.