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Apple is preparing to launch the new iPhone 15 series, and recent reports from Korea suggest that Samsung will supply the majority of OLED panels for the four upcoming phones.
Insiders claim that the BOE OLED panels did not pass Cupertino’s quality control test, forcing Apple to place its order with its Korean partner.
LG and Samsung are expected to supply LTPO OLED displays for the iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max, while BOE was meant to supply panels for LTPS OLED displays on the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus. However, BOE’s products did not meet Apple’s requirements, resulting in its share being reassigned.
Rumors suggested that BOE was facing issues with the punch holes for Face ID, forcing Apple to reallocate orders at the last minute.
If BOE manages to resolve the issues by the end, it may receive some orders for units to be produced in 2024. However, it remains uncertain whether the Chinese manufacturer will be able to do so.
Apple will be launching the iPhone 15 devices today at 10 a.m. PDT. There will be a live stream, and here’s what you can expect from the standard phones and the Pro variants.