The iPhone 14 Pro has an OLED display from Samsung. Now perhaps the supplier should increase its production.
There are four new models in the iPhone 14 series, and at least 1000 euros costs. Some versions will only ship in October and are currently on sale. For the first time, the Cupertino-based company is setting the Pro models apart from the regular iPhone 14 and the larger iPhone 14 Plus. As reported by The Elec, Samsung now has to ramp up its production. The background is that other display suppliers are having manufacturing problems. and therefore must Samsung makes more LTPO OLED screens, which was then integrated into the iPhone 14 Pro. The production target is said to be 149 million instead of 130 million. Touch screens are produced in Vietnam.
Is Samsung building the iPhone 14 Pro and LG the regular iPhone 14?
Brilliant LG was originally supposed to offer Samsung touchscreens for the two Pro models, but nothing is coming from them for now. On the other hand, Samsung has been offering smartphone screens in its Galaxy models for years that have holes for the front cameras. With the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max, there is no notch, but a dynamic island. This is how Apple’s marketing describes a grain-shaped cutout for the front camera and Face ID sensors. The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus in 2019 also has a pill-shaped hole in the screen. Apple’s interpretation can zoom in on the tweaks on the software side, for example to show a progress bar during a download. Covered in matte glass, the 6.1-inch or 6.7-inch touch screens can shine up to 2,000 nits in outdoor mode to avoid reflections. Apple took its time, but with the Pro models of the iPhone 14 there is an always-on display for the first time, with LTPO-OLED technology already being used in the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 from 2020. With all these requirements It seems only suitable for Samsung To be suspected as Phone Arena.
LG may focus on the simpler touch screens of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus in the production of displays. There is still a notch on both models, just 60 Hz instead of a 120 Hz refresh rate and a peak brightness of 1,200 nits. In return, customers can save some money compared to At least 1,300 euros of expensive Pro model versions.
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iPhone 14 (Pro) screen production lineup:
- It is said that Samsung should produce more displays for the iPhone 14 Pro models because other manufacturers are having production problems.
- Only on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, Apple uses an LTPO OLED display with 120 Hz, an always-on display and a pill-shaped aperture for the front camera and Face ID.
- LG is said to be the supplier of simpler touch screens for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus.
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