Industry insiders who are familiar with Apple and Samsung Display’s plans were quoted in a report from Korean sources. Samsung Display will provide 80 million screens for the whole iPhone 14 series, according to ETNews. Further, mass production and delivery of the panels are planned to commence in the third quarter of this year, according to the information.
There are believed to be four iPhone 14 versions: two high-end Pro models, and two lower-end’regular’ models.. In addition to the two 6.1-inch models, there are also two 6.7-inch models available. All of these models will have OLED displays from Samsung Display. 38.17 million panels are expected to be used for both the iPhone 14’s base model, and its most expensive model, the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
iPhone 14’s OLED panels will be made of LTPS-TFTs and LTPO-TFTs. What models these are meant for remains a mystery. Apple is also rumored to adopt BOE OLED panels in its future product range, according to a recent report. According to reports, Apple is testing BOE’s OLED panels this week for the iPhone 14 series.