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iPhone 13: Apple lines up Chinese OLED screen supplier


With six or seven months to go until the iPhone 13 reveal, we’re starting to get an idea of Apple’s broad strategy with the update.

According to the Economic Daily News, Apple will start using OLED screens from the Chinese supplier BOE in the late-2021 iPhone models, in addition to screens supplied by Samsung and LG.

BOE is the world’s largest manufacturer of LCD panels for TVs, but for some time now has also manufactured OLED screens for Huawei and other mobile phone manufacturers.

There have previously been rumours that Japan Display would supply OLED screens, but it is highly doubtful whether the Japanese company can manufacture enough screens to meet Apple’s needs.

Catch the latest rumours in our iPhone 13 news hub. If you can’t wait until autumn, pick up a bargain with our guide to the best iPhone deals.

This article originally appeared on Macworld Sweden. Translation by David Price.

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