BOE may lose millions of iPhone 14 orders after unauthorized screen changes

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Apple is reportedly looking to move up to 30 million iPhone 14 OLED screen orders away from BOE, following the company’s changes to Apple’s specifications.

According to The elect, unspecified sources say BOE has sent a C-level executive – so possibly the CTO, or possibly even the CEO – to Apple headquarters. He or she, along with an unknown number of employees, presented their case as to why they changed the design.

The elect estimates that BOE would have received 30 million orders without this incident. He believes that Apple is now more likely to place orders between Samsung Display and LG Display instead.

However, production on iPhone 14 screens isn’t expected to begin until June at the earliest.

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