According to Strategy Analytics, Samsung is dominating the smartphone display market by holding a 49% share. There’s hot news in the market that Samsung display will provide over 80% of all screens for the upcoming iPhone 14, iPhone 14 max, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 pro max. So, it seems Samsung will be the primary OLED supplier to Apple, as it is getting ready to provide tens of millions of OLED orders for the upcoming iPhone 14 series in the market.
Furthermore, it says iPhone 14 Pro Max units will have only Samsung panels at the beginning of their production.
Let’s see in the future how the deal goes between Apple and Samsung OLED displays. The OLED display is self-emitting pixels that do not require backlighting like the mini LED panels. Furthermore, it will help in improving the contrast ratio and enables better battery life on future iPad and MacBook models.
However, another hot news in the market has arrived. The upcoming iPhone 14 Pro duo will support 30W chargers. Let’s revive the past, back in March, an analyst named Ming-Chi Kuo predicted that Apple will introduce a 30W Charger. The present rumours reveal it to be true. As a leakster DuanRui says, an unknown brand is sending 30W chargers to Apple outlets for testing the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro series.
Whereas, the current iPhone 13 pro charges at 23W and iPhone 13 pro max at 27W. Furthermore, we guess Apple’s 30W GaN charger will not be included with iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max phones. It will be going to be a separate purchase. Rumour also suggest the charger will come with a USB-C to Lighting cable.
So, what are your thoughts on Samsung’s display dominance over Apple? Do you think iPhone 14 series will support 30W of charging? Let us know down below in the comment section.