Follow AppleInsider, a new report says that BOE continues to strive to become a supplier of large screens for Apple’s iPhones, specifically the LTPO OLED panels on the iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max models.
Before that, in 2018, BOE started receiving orders for OLED screens for iPhone 12 – a phone model launched in 2020.
Will BOE help supply OLED LTPO screens for iPhones next year?
Report from The Elec BOE is working on using low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) technology on its latest factory-manufactured OLED panels. The content of the report says that BOE is aiming to use a dual-stack parallel structure as a way to significantly increase the lifespan of LTPO OLED panels.
It is known that BOE’s new factory named B12 is located in Chongqing province (China) and will start operating in the fourth quarter of 2021. The plant is expected to have a capacity of 48,000 panels per month.
Also follow The Elec, BOE has yet to receive any orders for LTPO OLED panels from Apple. The LTPO screen on the iPhone 13 comes from Samsung. Notably, BOE was unable to secure orders for LTPO screens for the iPhone 13 that Apple launched in 2021 due to quality issues.