It is not new that there are already several technical information, based on rumors, about the line iPhone 13 leaking daily on the web. However, it appears that some of these reports are beginning to be confirmed in complementary documentation.
Recently a report states that Apple can carry out the purchase of OLED panels by Samsung and LG, instead of using the supplier BOE, which seems not to be prepared to guarantee the demand requested by the American company, which in 2021 may return with the standard launch schedule of the devices.
This information goes against a rumor raised in September , where the manufacturer BOE would be the main supplier of OLED displays to Apple next year. But, Apple may have made that decision because the company failed to test the panels for the Cupertino giant to use on the iPhone 12 line.
BOE may be able to correct these supply problems next year, but the chances of supplying screens for the iPhone 13 are increasingly smaller, as LG and Samsung seem to be more prepared to meet Apple’s demand.
“The Chinese screen giant, BOE , once again failed to close an order for the supply of OLED panels from Apple, TheElec discovered.
The screen maker now will have to try again in the first half of 2021 __ which means that next year’s iPhone series will likely use panels made by Samsung Display and LG Display again.
The BOE line B7 in Chengdu, Sichuan province, f failed in Apple’s analysis of OLED supply, people familiar with the matter said, “says the report.
Remember that the iPhone 13 line can finally come with a 120 Hz refresh rate , allowing an even greater fluidity in navigability, especially for those who are considering using the iPhone 13 for games.