Although you can sometimes complain about Samsung smartphones, the voices of dissatisfaction do not apply to the displays. These are doing so well that other companies are eager to use them. Meanwhile, we have now learned that the iPhone 14 (base model) that Apple is working on will not have a Korean display.
According to the latest reports, Apple has signed an agreement with the Chinese company BOE to supply displays for the iPhone 14
The contract is to be for 50 million yuan (convert to US dollar) ($ 7.75 million), and BOE is to produce about a quarter of all OLED displays for the new generation of Apple smartphones. Of course, we note that this is the base model in the upcoming series, so both the iPhone 14 Pro, Max and other possible models will still be equipped with Samsung or LG panels.
The one to be handled by the BOE is to be 6.1 inches. The contract itself is a great opportunity for the Chinese company to expand its partnership with Apple, because it is not that the two brands have not had to deal with each other before. Previously, however, BOE dealt with the production of replacement versions of panels for current and older Apple smartphones. However, it is said that now it is to produce OLED panels also for next-generation iPads and MacBooks, but this is not yet confirmed.