Chinese monitor maker BOE should have provided apple with the first shipment of OLEDs for specific iPhone 12 models. Unfortunately, it was reported that the first batch of products contained quality related problems, which forced apple to rely on companies such as Samsung and LG to make up for the difference in shipment. However, that doesn’t mean BOE won’t be tapped again by the California giant, because according to a new report, the iPhone 13 may use the display maker’s OLED. < / P > < p > BOE executives told South Korean media that they had a production line called B11, also known as & quot; apple line & quot; according to iphoneaddict, a French website;. Why is this happening now? Because the production is said to be dedicated to Apple’s production of OLED screens for the iPhone 13 in the second half of 2021. The production line is expected to run at full capacity in the second half of 2021, so during this period we will find out whether BOE has passed the quality test stage. < / P > < p > if successful, BOE, together with Samsung and LG, is likely to supply OLED shipments to Apple again, but it has not confirmed which iPhone 13 will get which panel from which supplier. In fact, there’s very little information around the iPhone 13, or the iPhone 12s family, but as we get closer to the end of 2020, we’ll learn more about Apple and BOE’s future plans. < / P > < p > as for our current understanding of the iPhone 13, it is likely to become the first smartphone product launched by apple without a charging port, providing a fully & quot; Portless & quot; solution that will charge the battery wirelessly. But there is a completely contradictory rumor that the iPhone will switch to usb-c from this model. Chinese version of K-car: reading a10e design drawing exposure