Display panel production and shipment data used in the iPhone 14 lineup indicate that Apple is expecting high demand for the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro models this fall. Among the new iPhones to be announced at the September product launch, the Pro models are expected to be the products that will see the most changes. According to data shared by DSCC market researcher Ros Young, Apple suppliers are significantly focusing on panel production for the Pro model.
Among Apple’s new 2022 iPhone models, the demand for Pro models may increase
From June to September, iPhone 14 Pro Max accounted for the most panel shipments, with panel production for this model accounting for 28%, followed by iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro with 26% each. 19% for the iPhone 14 Max, Ross Young said. In terms of production, iPhone 14 Pro Max accounts for 29% of the new iPhone production, while iPhone 14 Max accounts for 21%.
The production and panel shipments are only 21% and 19%, but the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max is said to arrive in the market before other models at the September product launch. Those looking for the highest quality new iPhone can choose from the iPhone 14 Pro and larger iPhone 14 Pro Max from the Pro Lineup.
The Pro series has a better camera system. Overcharged battery You can use a new processor and a completely changed design. The camera uses a 12MP to 48MP sensor, and the new Pill and Hole Cutout camera model with Always-On Display will be used. As for the price, we are hearing news that the price will be more than 100 dollars higher than before. The iPhone 14 Pro Max will start with the 256GB storage model and will start selling at a price of $1,200 this year.
There are reports that Apple’s important autumn product launch event will be held on September 7
In a report by the famous Bloomberg reporter Mark Garman, Apple intends to hold the company’s product launch event on Wednesday, September 7th. The September product launch could be an event where the iPhone 14 models and the new Apple Watch Series 8 smartwatches will be announced.
For the past few weeks, there have been reports that Apple is preparing to pre-record video for the launch of the new iPhone. Since the COVID-19 disaster, Apple’s product launch events have been held virtually online, and only special people have been invited to attend the product launch event held in person at Apple headquarters.
Earlier, Garman said Apple had directed some retail employees to prepare in advance for a new product launch on Friday, Sept. 16. If it is confirmed that the product launch will be held on September 7, Apple will send official invitations in the coming week. At the September product launch, we hear that 4 models from the iPhone 14 lineup and 3 new models from the Apple Watch Series will be announced.
Among the 4 models of the iPhone 14 series, the 6.1-inch iPhone 14; 6.7 inch iPhone 14 Max 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max will be introduced. There are also reports that mini versions like the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 will not be released this year. Another thing we hear is that the standard versions of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will not have much change in terms of design and hardware specs.
The processor also comes with the new 2022 chipset A16 chip, and Apple’s most advanced 48MP wide-angle camera system can be used. Along with this camera, 12MP Ultrawide and Telephoto sensors can also be included. The Pro models will have better battery life and the price will be significantly higher than before. According to Min Chi Kuo, an Apple analyst recently, the average selling price of new iPhones will be 15% higher than the previous year.