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Rumor: The BOE will successfully supply some of the iPhone 13 displays in a quality test

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Initially, the BOE, a Chinese OLED display company, was thought to be producing the iPhone 12 and 12 mini screens; Eventually, however, the BOE failed to pass Apple’s quality tests, leaving the iPhone 12 family to share production with its two well-known competitors, LG and Samsung.

According to Apple Insider, citing information obtained from the supply chain, the BOE is once again looking to take over a share of iPhone display production, and it turns out that this time Luck has been with him and has been able to pass Apple’s quality tests. Meanwhile, the Chinese company is said to be working with GIS, a supplier of touch-sensitive screens, to produce OLED panels for the next generation of iPhones.

So far, there have been conflicting reports of the BOE being added to the tech giant supply chain. For example, a report earlier this year showed that a Chinese-based supplier was trying to meet Apple’s strict quality assurance guidelines. Recent reports, however, indicate that the company has failed to supply these displays for the second time; But Apple has visited the BOE product line several times in 2020, and this may be seen as a hope for the company’s products.

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In general, it is believed that two of the four iPhone models released in 2021 will have thin film transistors called LTPOs. This technology is an important step in the display of smartphones that support the refresh rate of 120 Hz, and most likely, two models of iPhone Pro and Pro Max will use this technology next year.

Earlier, there were rumors of 120MHz ProMotion displays in the iPhone 12 family; But that did not happen and Apple preferred 5G technology. Although devices like the iPad Pro use 120Hz displays without LTPO technology, this technology is important in smartphones, as it offers a significant image refresh rate and is very battery efficient. LTPO technology allows the smartphone to change the image refresh rate from 1 to 120 Hz as needed and increase energy efficiency.

Currently, Samsung and LG are producing LTPO thin film transistors; But at the end of 2020, a report was released stating that BOE had lagged behind two competitors based in South Korea in producing the technology. It is now claimed that the BOE has overcome some of these issues, and the company’s OLED technology is now closer to that of South Korean manufacturers. Also, despite the complexity of the new displays, the BOE is believed to have gained a share of the supply of these displays.


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