BOE to manufacture the iPhone SE 4 OLED Displays


According to new reports from industry sources, BOE will likely be responsible for the iPhone SE 4 display supply. The company will be supplying the largest part, if not all, of the 6.1-inch OLED panels for the upcoming iPhone SE 4. According to the reports, Samsung dropped out of the race due to Apple’s low pricing for each panel. In such a contest, BOE found an agreement with Apple and will be supplying the largest part of the displays.

The iPhone SE 4 will be equipped with 6.1-inch OLED Screens from BOE

BOE iPhone SE 4

As per the report, a single 6.1-inch OLED unit costs around $30 at Samsung. Apple, however, was offering $25. Moreover, the same source suggests that the price is lower than even what the Chinese makers are asking for the display. With Samsung out of the deal, BOE and Tianma. As previously reported, the three companies were fighting for the display supply. Now, BOE takes the largest since Samsung wasn’t all that invested in the deal due to low margins. So once Apple asked for an even lower price per unit, Samsung ended the negotiations.

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The most recent reports about the iPhone SE 4 came last month from TheElec. According to the popular news outlet, the iPhone SE 4 will arrive in 2025 with an OLED screen. It will come with a notch design and will retain the design from the iPhone 14. The 2025 iPhone SE will bring a 6.1-inch diagonal with 2,532 x 1,170 pixels of resolution. The panel will also have a 1,200 nits peak brightness and Ceramic Shield glass on top. It is worth noting that Apple should adopt some cost-cutting measures to make it more affordable than typical iPhones.

Other details like processor and camera, for example, are still not available. We expect more details to surface in the upcoming months. The device should be released in the first half of 2025 if we take the previous iPhone SE series releases in mind.

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