Apple has been using Samsung OLED displays in its flagship iPhone smartphones since 2017, but has always sought to be able to compete with its Korean rivals. Less slow. Ross Yang, a well-known analyst in the display industry, whose statements are seldom misunderstood, said that only one model of the iPhone 14 series is made exclusively from the Samsung OLED display.
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The South Korean tech giant has always been at the forefront of the display industry, producing high-quality displays. But other companies are also trying to reach out to this powerful tech company. It should be noted that Samsung was the only supplier of low-temperature old polycrystalline (LTPO) panels and thin film transistors (TFTs) for the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max, and LG and BOE were responsible for making the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini displays.
According to the latest reports, Samsung this year is the only supplier of a dedicated 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro display will be. It is also rumored that orders for the 6.7-inch display of the iPhone 14 Pro Max will be split between Samsung and LG. Another report said that about 20 to 25 percent of orders for the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 will go to BOE, and the rest of the models, along with the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max display, will continue to be split between Samsung and LG.
It is worth mentioning that in 2020, there were some reports of the use of screens made by the Chinese company BOE for the iPhone 12 series, and it seems that some of these phones have reached users with the old screens of this company. It is estimated that about 10 to 20% of the iPhone 12 and 13 series phones use BOE displays. Now, however, a new report mentions that in 2023, part of the old iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max panels may be provided by the company. Most of the old iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max panels are currently supplied by Samsung, and of course LG also supplies a small portion of these panels.
It should be noted that Apple is apparently due to LG's lack of experience. In manufacturing LTPO panels, only one Pro model has been ordered from this Korean technology company. Also, LG does not have as much screen building capacity as Samsung, and this is very impressive. LTPO panels are essential for dynamic rate refresh, and according to the latest rumors, regular 14 Series models will all have a 60Hz refresh rate. There are a lot of rumors circulating in cyberspace about the next generation of Apple flagship phones, and it is not bad to have a brief look at them.
According to the latest information released, the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max on the front panel It uses a display that hosts a capsule-shaped cavity next to a circular cavity, which is likely to house the selfie camera and Facebook ID sensors. The models are also expected to have a camera sensor that will make them the best smartphone cameras of 2022. In addition, new renderings of the iPhone 14 Pro show that the phone has symmetrical edges, as well as a speakerphone in the top frame, volume up and down buttons on the left side of the phone and a power button on the right side of the smartphone.>
The SIM card slot of this phone is also on the left. In the back panel, however, we do not see any significant change compared to the previous generation. This phone is also likely to have a large square-shaped module. Items in this module include a triple main camera, LED flash, LiDAR sensor and microphone. Apple's largest supplier, Foxconn, is said to have begun trial production of the iPhone 14 Pro with the finalization of its design. According to the report, Foxconn will produce more powerful models of the iPhone 14, while Luxshare, another Apple supplier, will be responsible for building two models of the series.
It is also rumored that the size of the pixels in the sensor The 48-megapixel camera of the iPhone 14 Pro is 1.22 micrometers, which is 0.68 micrometers less than the previous generation. Finally, we expect Apple to introduce the iPhone 14 series to its users in September of this year.
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