iPhone 15 display problems lead Apple to drop BOE for now
The new iPhone 15 is set to be unveiled later this year and it seems that there have already been some problems with its production. According to reports, the phone’s display is causing issues for manufacturers and as a result, Apple has had to drop BOE from its list of suppliers.
It is believed that the main problem is with the phone’s Dynamic Island feature, which is a new cutout design that alters the way the display is produced. This has apparently caused problems for BOE, who are said to be the main supplier of OLED panels for the iPhone 15.
As a result of the issues, it is thought that Apple has had to push back the production of the phone by a month. This is obviously not ideal, but it is not the first time that the company has had problems with a new iPhone.
It is not yet clear how this will affect the launch of the iPhone 15, but it is likely that it will be delayed by a few weeks. This is not ideal for Apple, but it is not the end of the world.
The company will no doubt be hoping that this is the last of the problems with the new phone and that it will be able to meet its intended release date. However, only time will tell if this is the case.