Rumors are a recurring element when it comes to future Apple releases due to the secrecy with which the company handles information about its upcoming products.
Such is the case of iPhone 15 which is expected to see the light sometime in 2023but which is already beginning to speculate about what will be the features that the terminal will integrate.
According to new information BOE, one of the main manufacturers of panels in the market, could become the new provider of screens for the iPhone from the date mentioned above. The Chinese company currently provides Apple with some of the panels that are installed in the iPhone 13, the most recent phones of the American firm.
with this move Apple seems to be trying to distance itself from Samsung, one of its historical partners when it comes to components.. The idea behind this strategy is nothing new, however, the apple company had not been able to carry it out because there was no other manufacturer that could provide components with a quality similar to that of Samsung products.
However, this situation seems to have changed in recent months, as evidenced by the alleged agreement reached between the two companies. According to reports, this BOE managed to improve the manufacturing process in its factories, which will allow them to build screens LTPO OLED with better benefits.
Recently it was also learned that the iPhone 14 Max, which also does not have an official release date, will have a 120Hz LTPO screen from LG, which is another step in Apple’s distancing from Samsung.
The big unknown in this case revolves around whether the input devices, that is, the iPhone 14 mini and iPhone 14 will also include screens with high refresh rates as is the case with the Pro and Pro Max versions.
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