Apple next year iPhone SE coming with OLED screen

The business appears to be skipping a year and releasing the next inexpensive iPhone SE in 2025. Apple released its last affordable iPhone SE in 2022 and the one before that in 2020. That’s what today’s updated Korean report confirms.

When it does come, the upcoming iPhone SE will have an OLED screen, a feature not seen in this price bracket before. Previously, all iPhone SE models were equipped with LCD displays; however, the most affordable iPhone is about to make the transition.

According to the source, three display manufacturers are vying for Apple’s orders for the next iPhone SE. Samsung, somewhat surprise, is providing the lowest price per panel at $30, BOE is offering $35, and Tianma is offering $40. Negotiations are still underway because Apple apparently replied by giving just $20 per panel, therefore none have been awarded the contract yet.Apple next year iPhone SE coming with OLED screen

The next SE will include panels that resemble those found in the iPhone 13 and iPhone 14. Thus, we may anticipate that the 2025 iPhone SE will have a 6.1-inch screen with a resolution of 1170×2532, a peak brightness of 1,200 nits, and possibly even Ceramic Shield glass on top.
According to a Korean study released today, BOE and Samsung Display have both achieved high yields for these panels; Tianma, on the other hand, is unlikely to be a significant competitor due to its outdated technology. Because Samsung was manufacturing the iPhone 14 panels, it could utilize all of the tooling for that, or even any current panel inventory, if any, which is presumably why it offered the lowest price.

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Since Samsung can profit more from the panels for the iPhone 15 and iPhone 16 series, it can also afford to go cheap for the SE in an attempt to snub BOE. In the meanwhile, BOE needs all the extra orders it can get since, due to manufacturing issues with the iPhone 15, it lost a golden opportunity to expand its OLED panel capacity last year, giving Samsung Display more orders.

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