Since we’re already at the end of June, we’re reaching a determinant point for both Apple and BOE to proceed with the deal. After all, the new iPhone series will be introduced in September. Many reports suggest that Apple’s component suppliers are already manufacturing the important components for the iPhone 14 series.
BOE will produce a display for the base iPhone 14 models
As per the report, BOE is waiting for a green light from Apple. If the company gets it, then it will try to begin maximum capacity display production between July and August. As per the recent reports, BOE OLED panels will go for the iPhone 14 and 14 Max. These will be the “basic” offerings in the lineup. The iPhone 14 won’t need an introduction, but the new 14 Max serves as a replacement for the mini. In fact, Apple is bringing a larger version, presumably with a bigger battery than the vanilla.
The big deal will come with the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max. These will come with OLED displays from Samsung and LG Display. The hardware in these iPhones will also see an upgrade to the Apple A16. While the base models may have a tweaked Apple A15.