According to reports, Apple has chosen three panel manufacturers for the iPhone 14 family, with Samsung Display set to give its valuable customer an unmatched shipment. The Korean firm will control an 82 percent market share, according to the most recent report.
According to the most recent data from Display Supply Chain Consultants, Samsung Display’s market share decreased somewhat from 83 percent in the previous year. Samsung anticipates holding an 82 percent market share for the volume from June to September 2022, followed by LG Display with a share of 12 percent and BOE in third with a 6 percent position.
The aforementioned suppliers will reportedly provide Apple with 34 million iPhone 14 panels in total. Around 1.8 million devices were acquired by the technological behemoth in June, followed by 5.35 million in July and a further 10 million in August. Apple is anticipated to receive the greatest shipment in September, totaling 16.5 million units. We anticipate that the iPhone manufacturer would need more panels for the upcoming months given that an earlier source said that the business plans to ship 90 million iPhone 14 units in 2022.
This indicates that Apple will need 56 million additional panels to meet demand for the remainder of the year.
The iPhone 14 Pro Max will command the highest panel shipments out of the remaining three models, according to DSCC’s earlier prediction. This is not surprising given that this model will include the biggest enhancements. Unexpectedly, the iPhone 14 Max, a less priced model that is said to have the same display size as the iPhone 14 Pro Max, will ship the fewest panels, though things may get better as time goes on.