Samsung Display is the biggest company in the OLED market. One of the main reasons for this is that Apple uses Samsung Display panels in its iPhones.

A new report says that Samsung will make more than 70% of the OLEDs for the iPhone 14 devices.

This includes the regular panels for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus, as well as the LTPO displays for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

TheElec, a Korean news site, reported that Apple plans to make 120 million of its newest main series. At least 80 million of them will have a screen made by Samsung, 

20 million or more will use a screen made by LG Display, and about 6 million will be made by BOE, which is the biggest company in China that makes these kinds of screens.

The report also said that Samsung and LG Display make the screens for all four versions of the iPhone 14, while BOE only makes 6.1" LTPS OLEDs for the basic iPhone 14.

Samsung Display expects that more than 60 million of the 80 million units will be for the Pro models, which are doing better than expected. 

LG Display's production line is reportedly having problems, which is letting a fellow Korean company get an even bigger share.

 The supplier for the rest of the units has not been chosen yet. Read more about mobiles by clicking the link given below.