The home-made OLED screen is gaining apple's approval, and this year's iPhone 12 is expected to be reflected.
According to the upstream industry chain report, BOE, a Chinese display manufacturer, has established a partnership with GIS (general interface solutions), a touch-screen manufacturer, both of which want to become rumored suppliers of Apple's 5.4-inch iPhone.
With a 5.4-inch iPhone 12, it may have a new look (the same for the entire iPhone 12 Series), such as a rectangular frame like the current iPad pro or iPhone 4, And it's going to be apple with
Only two high-end iPhone,, iPhone 12Pro and iPhone 12Pro Max, will use ToF sensors this year, foreign media reported earlier today. ToF sensors will bring iPhone a whole new experience. Apple will also launch a dedicated AR application to enhance playability.
ToF is a shorthand for Time of flight. the so-called time-of-flight method 3 D imaging is to obtain the target object distance by continuously sending light pulses to the target and then receiving the light returned from the object with a sensor by detecting the flight (round-trip) time of the light pulse.
It was said before,BOE is investing heavily in opening and improving the OLED module production line for Apple products only, which seems to be the necessary preparation for BOE to obtain Apple orders and become a new generation iPhone supplier.
Apple plans to order OLED displays from BOE China in 2020, which will make BOE the second largest OLED display supplier for iPhone. Apple has been seeking to diversify its sources of manufacturers. Apple initially only used Samsung to produce OLED displays, but in order to avoid dependence on a single supplier and reduce costs, apple added LG as its supplier in 2018.