BOE’s OLED displays to power upcoming iPhones

by August 30, 2019 0 comments

To end a larger part of its reliance on Samsung, LG, Apple is working with flexible OLED displays from BOE technology which would make its way in the upcoming iPhones. Apple is said to be aggressively testing BOE’s flexible organic light-emitting diode (OLED) and the iPhone maker will decide whether it would take the company as a full-fledged supplier by the year end.

BOE which is one of the biggest producers of large liquid crystal screens, already manufactures liquid crystal displays for Apple’s iPads and MacBooks. The flexible OLED displays are being tested by Apple in the BOE’s facility in Chengdu, Sichuan province of China.

Apple is said to launch new iPhones on September 11 which are rumoured to come with USB-Type C charging along with lightning to USB-C cable in the box. The USB-Type C port will provide two times faster charging. The three upcoming iPhones are codenamed D43 would replace the iPhone XS Max, the D42 would succeed the iPhone XS and the N104 would replace the iPhone XR.

The upcoming iPhones sizes would be a 6.4-inch iPhone 11, a 5.8-inch iPhone 11 and a 6.1-inch iPhone. Expect a triple camera system on the larger model. The 5.8-inch Apple iPhone 11 will stick to the dual-camera system. The Apple iPhone 11 is also expected to come with wireless charging technology to wirelessly charge Apple Watch or AirPods. There will be a 12MP front camera instead of a 7MP sensor and it will sport a new 5P lens rather than a 4P lens. The new 12MP front camera will be included on all three new 2019 iPhones.

The iPhone 11 will be armed with the 7nm based A13 Bionic chip. Additional features include increased band connectivity, frosted glass finish, reverse charging, improved Face ID, and a big battery.

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