This week, Apple is testing OLED displays for iPhone 14 before of mass production

This week, Apple is testing OLED displays for iPhone 14 before of mass production

Apple is planning to introduce the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro models for later this year. The company is preparing a new iPhone 14 Max model instead of the''mini'' alongside two iPhone 14 Pro models. The ''Pro'' models are expected to feature a new dual-cutout display, while the standard iPhone 14 models will feature a notch similar to the previous ones. According to the latest, Apple is evaluating the iPhone 14 models this week ahead of mass production.

Ahead of mass production in the July-August timeframe, Apple is reviewing iPhone 14 OLED display panels.

According to a new research, Apple is testing and evaluating the OLED panels for the iPhone 14 models. The OLED display panels being tested are for the standard iPhone 14 models, and mass production is expected to begin between July and August. As previously stated, the iPhone 14 Pro models will include a circular and pill-shaped cutout for the front-facing camera and Face ID components.

BOE''s iPhone 14 OLED display panels will be made by the manufacturer, which became part of a controversy earlier this year. In return, Apple banned the supplier after discovering the circuit width of the thin-film transistors on OLED panels for the iPhone 13 and soon after the OLED panels were approved again. Samsung and LG are among Apple''s major suppliers.

BOE is planning to receive orders from Apple before the end of this month. Moreover, Apple will limit the orders from the supplier at around 5 million units. Apple is also weeks behind the scenes compared to Samsung and LG. Nevertheless, the iPhone 14 is expected to launch at its usual time frame. We previously reported that Apple will host the iPhone 14 event on September 13.

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