New iPhone will cancel 3D Touch BOE or OLED supplier
According to Taiwanese media DigiTimes, the 2019 new iPhone will cancel the 3D Touch pressure-sensitive screen features, including the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max. At the same time, Apple will add OLED supplier BOE to the iPhone 11. 3D Touch has been rumored for a long time to be abandoned. Last year, many analysts mentioned that Apple no longer produces pressure-sensitive screens.
The iPhone XR released last year also does not support 3D Touch functionality. Of course, iPhone XR does not support it because of price factors.
In the iOS 13 beta, Apple has made a UI for removing 3D Touch, and many features that previously required 3D Touch to activate can now be achieved by long pressing + Haptic Engine.
Samsung has been the sole supplier of Apple's iPhone OLED screens, and currently the iPhone with OLED screens includes iPhone X, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. In order to diversify the supply chain, the addition of BOE is also very reasonable.