OLED panels of Apple’s iPhone 14 series will apply different grades of materials

Apple will release a new generation of the iPhone 14 series this fall. It is rumored that there will be four models of iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max. The mini model will be replaced by the iPhone 14 Max with a 6.7-inch screen, while the iPhone 14 Pro series will adopt a double-hole solution.

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According to The Elec, there are many differences between iPhone 14/iPhone 14 Max and iPhone 14 Pro/iPhone 14 Pro Max. For example, the latter two models will use better cameras and metal materials to widen the gap in positioning and highlight the rationality of “Pro”. According to the latest news, the OLED panels used in the iPhone 14 series also differ in size and materials. Samsung will supply OLED panels for four iPhone 14 series models, while LG will supply OLED panels for two iPhone 14 series models.
Samsung calls its combination of OLED panel materials for its Galaxy and iPhone the M-series, with the iPhone 14/iPhone 14 Max using the M11 material combination. The iPhone 14 Pro/iPhone 14 Pro Max uses a combination of M12 materials. The M12 material uses the latest and most advanced materials to save costs. LG’s OLED panel material combination is called the RS series. This time, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro Max are supplied. The former uses the RS-L material combination.

It has long been rumored that the iPhone 14/iPhone 14 Max will still be equipped with the A15 Bionic, and only the iPhone 14 Pro/iPhone 14 Pro Max will be equipped with the latest A16 Bionic. According to ShrimpApplePro, the A15 Bionic for the iPhone 14/iPhone 14 Max will have improved performance compared to the existing iPhone 13 series.