Apple iPhone models will use more BOE OLED panels
The screens of the Apple iPhone series have gradually transitioned to OLED technology, and Samsung is currently the main supplier, responsible for the LTPO panels used in the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, while the panels produced by LG Display are used in the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini models.
According to related reports, by the fourth quarter of 2022, BOE will expand its current manufacturing capacity of 96,000 substrates to 144,000 per month. If the production quality of the display can be maintained, it will receive a large number of orders from Apple for a long time. The current monthly scale of Samsung is 140,000 substrates per month, which means that BOE will pose a threat to Samsung. In fact, there were reports in 2019 that BOE hopes to surpass Samsung and become Apple’s largest OLED panel supplier. If this momentum continues, it is likely to eventually achieve this goal.