iPhone 14 Series OLED Displays Offered Big by Samsung: Report
Samsung is the largest supplier of OLED displays for the Apple iPhone 14 series, beating out other suppliers such as LG and BOE by a significant amount, according to a new report. The Korean company reportedly supplies more than 70 percent of the OLED displays used by Apple in the iPhone 14 series, with its panels used in all four iPhone 14 devices launched in 2022. In comparison, LG and BOE in China received. few orders of OLED displays from Apple, and their panels are used in only one or two models.
The report comes via a Korean site Electricity, which means that of the more than 120 million OLED displays ordered by Apple for the iPhone 14 series, about 80 million are expected to be sent by Samsung alone. LG and BOE are said to ship around 20 million and 6 million units, respectively, due to issues such as production issues and lower-than-expected demand for the base variant of the iPhone 14.
Apple introduced four models in the iPhone 14 series this year, while Samsung offers OLED zone displays. LG is said to provide displays only for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro Max variants, while BOE only provides displays for the iPhone 14.
About 60 million of Samsung’s total 80 million OLED displays will be used in the iPhone 14 Pro (Review) and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Samsung has, for a long time, been Apple’s preferred supplier of OLED displays for its iPhone series. The company has faced few problems and constraints in terms of production and logistics, unlike competing companies like LG. Apple may also bring OLED displays to the next-generation iPhone SE, which has so far been positioned as an affordable option and relies on cheap LCD displays to help keep the price down.