According to a recent source, BOE’s OLED panel production for the iPhone 13 has been suspended since February. The Elec, a Korean news source, claims that Apple ordered its partner to stop production after changing the design of the circuit width without permission.
When LX Semicon, a South Korean semiconductor manufacturer that also supplies LG Display, ran out of display driver ICs, BOE’s manufacturing of OLED panels began to drop. The Chinese manufacturer’s unilateral modification of the thin-film transistor, which had an impact on the internal design of the phone, is, nevertheless, the most important factor.
Additionally, it was said in the study that this problem would not jeopardize the collaboration between the two businesses. The Elec presumptively believed that Apple wanted to maintain a diverse pool of OLED suppliers in order to lessen its reliance on Samsung and LG and to strengthen its negotiating position. Given that BOE’s B11 facility in Sichuan is still operating despite the lower output rate, it is anticipated that it would produce screens for the next iPhone 14.
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