Samsung, LG and BOE are likely to be the iPhone 14’s OLED display suppliers
although some informed sources have announced that Apple no longer counts on cooperation with BOE to supply it, but it seems that the company still plans to use OLED displays for the new generation of iPhone, such as The previous generation, i.e. iPhone 13, is supplied by BOE, LG and Samsung.
iPhone fourteen series
by BOE, LG and Samsung companies. According to this report,will be the main supplier of Apple’s OLED display this year and will supply Ph_ 14 and Plus, Ph_14 Pro, Ph_14 Pro Max and Ph_13 displays for Apple will provide.
LG will also be in charge of supplying OLED displays for iPhone 13, iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
BOE company will be responsible for supplying iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 OLED screens for Apple only in 2022.
Apple continues to work with the BOE
Omdia’s report also mentions some key specifications of the Ph display. Ph and 14 Plus will be equipped with LTPS OLED panel. It seems that the iPhone 14 will come with a higher update rate than the previous generation. However, the refresh rate of the LTPO panels display may not be variable. In terms of design, the iPhone 14 and 14 Plus may have a notch above the display like the iPhone 13 series.
iPhone 14 Pro Max will use LTPO OLED display.
From this angle, they will be similar to iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. However, one of the main differences in the design of the new iPhone generation is that Apple will use the cutout above the two-hole display for the selfie camera. It is also possible that the Face ID module will not be placed in the notch above the screen, and it is possible that Apple will equip the new iPhone generation with a new technology and the Face ID facial recognition module will be moved under the screen by 2024. Until then, the two holes above the screen can be cut to one hole.
Omdia predicts that Apple will order 205 million LTPS and LTPO OLED displays in 2022. Samsung will probably supply 60%, LG 25% and BOE about 15%.