With only one day to go before the launch of the iPhone 12, the model, which has been officially released for more than a month due to supply chain problems, is finally coming. A lot of information about the iPhone 12 series has been exposed before. For example, the most anticipated appearance of the fruit powder. The iPhone 12 series strictly abides by the “technology is based on changing the shell”. Although it retains the curtain of the iPhone 11 series and other series, the shell follows the “retro trend”, similar to the iPhone 5 / 5S, which is said to be a tribute to the classic of the era of jobs. < / P > < p > in terms of photographing, the iPhone 12 series has been improved. For example, both the iPhone 12 and the iPhone 12 Mini are equipped with wide angle + ultra wide angle rear dual camera; the high configuration version of iPhone 12 pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max are also equipped with wide angle + ultra wide angle + long focus triple camera and lidar. The whole system supports providing four times optical zoom and five times optical zoom respectively. It is worth mentioning that the new lidar lidar camera of the iPhone 12 Pro Series will make the mobile phone have more powerful anti shake effect. < / P > < p > however, due to the addition of 5g features, the iPhone 12 series has reduced the battery capacity and removed the accessories such as earphone and charging head in order to save cost. 5g is already very power consuming, which will make Apple’s battery even less durable. < / P > < p > it is worth mentioning that BOE would supply screens for the iPhone 12 series, but it was later denied. However, as soon as the product is released, there is a reversal in the supply of screens. < p > < p > BOE will be the first LCD panel manufacturer to supply iphone12 in China, which is undoubtedly an encouraging good news for domestic LCD panel manufacturers. However, it is reported that the main screen supplier of the iPhone 12 series is still SamSung of South Korea, in which BOE only plays the role of “spare tire”, and is not the only spare tire. Besides, LG display, the No.1 spare tire, is “waiting for orders” at any time. < / P > < p > previously, BOE also supplied LCD screens for iPhone X. four months ago, it was rumored that the iPhone 12 would also use BOE’s screen, but it was said that it failed to pass the first round of Apple’s test because of its poor quality. Now it has regained Apple’s recognition. Liu Jingdong must have improved the quality of the screen in these short months. BOE is also the first mainland LCD panel manufacturer to enter Apple’s supply chain. Wang Dongsheng, founder of BOE, once said that there are Samsung and LG in South Korea, Sony and Panasonic in Japan, while China, as a big producer of TV sets and mobile phones, relies on imports for LCD screens. We need to find ways to make made in China truly created in China and let China have its own brand. And BOE, to move towards this goal! < p > < p > BOE has been investing in LCD panel for more than 20 years. Even in the most difficult time, BOE still insists on investing in R & D, ensuring 7% of the enterprise’s revenue every year. More than a decade ago, BOE has invested 300 billion yuan in LCD panel research and development and capacity expansion. Now BOE has 14 semiconductor display production lines, and the world’s first 10.5 generation production line has been successfully mass produced. < p > < p > last year, BOE ranked first in the world in terms of TV screens, smart phones, monitors and other fields. Successfully led China’s LCD panel army to achieve counter attack, breaking the monopoly of foreign giants such as Samsung, LG, sharp and so on, and letting China have its own brand has been gradually achieved! < / P > < p > now that BOE supplies screens for the iPhone 12 series is just the first step, BOE’s next goal is to replace Samsung as Apple’s main screen supplier. However, it should be noted that domestic users are biased against domestic products. Make complaints about make complaints about HUAWEI’s iPhone 12 series. American companies begin to give up R & D: who should pay for corporate research?