It was been so long China based display producer BOE has been trying to become a supplier of OLED panels to Apple for the brand new iPhone 12 models for many months now but wasn’t able to acquire orders from the Cupertino-based giant. However, now the company has finally managed to supply OLED screens for the iPhone 12 series to Apple. As per the new reports, the Chinese company has now supplied the first and foremost batch of screens to Apple last week.
The day after it was revealed that the China based company BOE had finally passed Apple’s certification for supplying display screens. But it is not yet confirmed how many panels will ve supplied by BOE to Apple for the making of iPhone 12 lineup in the first batch, it reportedly sent 10,000 units of the 6.1-inched display screen.
But the recent report had stated that Samsung still remains the first choice for Apple when it comes to iPhone 12 display screen. So as a result, the South Korean company is anticipated to ship around 140 million OLED panels for iPhone in 2021, and this will be closely followed by LG Display which is anticipated to supply 30 million panels. And finally, BOE is expected to ship 10 million OLED panels.
In earlier the reports it was reported that the BOE, which is already a display supplier for MacBook and iPad, will be supplying OLED screens for the brand new iPhones as Apple tries to reduce their dependence on Samsung Company. But the Chinese firm wasn’t able to meet Apple’s standard but after working on it for a few more months, it seems that the problems has been sorted out and has resolved all the issues. As wanted by BOE they are now a supplier for the Apple’s new iPhone 12 series smartphones.
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