Samsung will supply most of the panels for the iPhone 14 series

It was previously reported that Samsung, LG, and BOE will supply Apple with panels for the iPhone 14 series, of which Samsung will occupy the most orders. According to the latest data from Display Supply Chain Consultants, Samsung is expected to account for 82% of the panel shipments of the iPhone 14 series in 2022, followed by LG with 12% and BOE with 6%.
iPhone 14 95 Million Units

Although LG and BOE are both working hard to secure more orders, Samsung is hardly affected, only 1% lower than the same period last year. It is understood that LG has experienced some delays in supply due to technical problems, which have affected shipments.

Apple began to receive the first batch of panels of the iPhone 14 series in June this year, about 1.8 million, received 5.35 million in July, and received another 10 million in August, with an estimated September reception of 16.5 million. It is rumored that Apple’s iPhone 14 series shipment target for this year is 90 million to 95 million units, which means that in the remaining quarter, it needs to receive between 56 million and 62 million.

According to Wccftech, Apple is advancing the development of the next-generation iPhone SE, which is the fourth-generation iPhone SE. It is understood that the new iPhone SE will use basically the same design as the iPhone XR. It will be equipped with new sensors to improve the quality of photos, switch to a full-screen design for a larger screen, and abandon the Home button that has been used for many years.

The fourth-generation iPhone SE is rumored to have a 5.7-inch or 6.1-inch screen and is expected to launch in 2023.