There is no way to ignore the success of Apple’s iPhone 13 series, which now holds the number one spot on the rankings that track sales of smartphones. According to reports, Apple is anticipating even greater and more impressive things from the next-generation iPhone 14 range. This information was provided by Sina Finance, which was sourced from MacRumors. According to Sina Finance, the 2022 iPhone line is presently undergoing trial production, and mass production is scheduled to begin the next month.
This year, Apple will release the iPhone 14 with a screen size of 6.1 inches, the iPhone 14 Plus with a screen size of 6.7 inches, a 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro, and a 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max. This year, it is quite evident that Apple is drawing further distinctions between its Pro and non-Pro models by equipping the former with the newest A16 Bionic chip and the latter with the A15 Bionic SoC from the previous year. The more expensive Pro models will have cutouts on the top of the display that looks like an upside-down letter I while the non-Pro variations will continue to flaunt the same notch design as before.
Even while the Pro and non-Pro models will both come with 6 gigabytes of memory, the non-Pro models will have slower LPDDR4 random access memory (RAM), and the Pro models will have the more speedy LPDDR5 RAM components. And the Pro variants will still come with a telephoto camera, giving those phones a trio of rear-facing lenses. This is in contrast to the non-Pro iPhone 14 models, which only have two lenses on the back of the device.
It has been reported that Apple has informed its suppliers that the initial sales of the iPhone 14 series will exceed those of the iPhone 13 series. Currently, we are in the time of year (July-August) when sales of the iPhone slow down due to the impending launch of the next iteration of the gadget that takes place in September. This is because the next version of the iPhone is introduced in September. The number of iPhone 13 series shipments that were delivered in July of this year was 33 per cent greater than the number of iPhone 12 series shipments that were delivered at the same time a year earlier, which may be an indication that demand for the gadget is continuing to climb.
Another rumour, this one by ETNews, says that Samsung Display would ship 145 million medium and small-sized OLED panels during the third quarter of this year. The Samsung Galaxy S22 series and the iPhone 14 series are both going to make use of such shipments. It is anticipated that a total of 80 million OLED units will be shipped for use in Apple’s iPhone 14, 14 Plus, 14 Pro, and 14 Pro Max.
The original projection made by Samsung for the amount of small and medium-sized OLED panels it would ship during the third quarter was 200 million. On the other hand, according to a company spokesman, “shipments of smartphones with OLED displays are becoming less frequent. As a result of Apple’s iPhone 14 series, the shipment hit the mid-100 million mark.”
A tweet was recently shared by a source claiming that Apple would launch the 2022 iPhone series on September 13th, 2022. Based on this information, we are able to speculate that pre-orders will begin on September 16th, and the release date will be September 23rd. That would be very close to the unveiling date of September 14th, the day for pre-ordering the product on September 17th, and the release date of September 24th, which was the same for the United States of America and more than 30 other nations.