The South Korean tech giant Samsung is highly speculated to play a primary role in the significant design change on Apple’s forthcoming iPhone 14 lineup.
A lot of people are already aware that Samsung supplies one of the most important components to Apple to build for the manufacturing of the iPhone. It is one of the primary OLED displays suppliers for the production of Apple’s world-class smartphones.
If you saw the exclusive iPhone 14 Pro Max renders shared by a popular leaker Jon Prosser from Front Page Tech, you will notice that the overall design of the upcoming high-end iPhone is entirely changed specifically cameras and complete elimination of a notch and replacing it with a punch-hole camera design.
However, this change may not apply to the entire 2022 iPhone lineup, the notch would be removed only from the Pro models of the iPhone 14. When Apple had done this type of a huge design replacement with iPhone X in 2017, even since then, Samsung is still a primary display manufacturer for Apple.
According to the recent report of SamMobile, the company has reportedly acquired new components for a process to manufacture new punch-hole OLED panels for the next year’s iPhone models and Samsung would be one of the main OLED panels supplies for the iPhone 14 Pro models.
In case you don’t know, Galaxy S10 was the first flagship smartphone series to feature this type of unique display technology and when it comes to Apple, it will become beneficial for selecting manufacturer who built world-class smartphone display, for which Samsung is known for since the beginning.