Who would have imagined it before. Samsung will provide OLED screens to Manzana for the four models of the series iPhone 14 that would be launched in September of this year, the standard, the 14 Max, the 14 Pro and the 14 Pro Max.
A report from the website The Electric It further indicates that the Cupertino company plans to improve the image quality of the iPhone 14 Pro through the use of advanced materials, unlike the basic iPhone 14.
The report explains that having materials of different grades of quality allows Apple to save on manufacturing costs.
It is not new that Samsung supplies components to those of the apple. Currently, under the M-series it ships handsets to Apple, while OLED panel shipments will carry the M12-series, which is already used by Samsung for upcoming devices such as the foldable Z Flip 4.
The panels that the iPhones 14 will use
Apple will use two types of display in your next line of smartphones. The standard and the 14 Max will use Low-temperature polycrystalline silicon thin-film transistor (TFT) OLED panelswhile the top-tier models, the Pros, will use low-temperature polycrystalline oxide TFT OLED panels.
The US company will not only use screens from Samsung, but also from LG, which will supply panels for two of the four models.
Regarding the screens, the standard and Pro versions of the iPhone 14 line would have a panel of 6.12 incheswhile the Plus or Max and the Pro Max of 6.69. Also, Apple says goodbye to the notch on the front of the Pro models and replaces it with a pill and hole for the front camera.
Other leaked specifications of the iPhones 14 that stand out are the battery, which would exceed 3,600 mAh and 3,700 mAh for the 14 Pro Max, the RAM would be 6GB, and the main camera will have a 48-megapixel sensor with pixel binning technology and with the capacity recording in 8K HDR.