Apple is going to launch the iPhone 14 series in 2022. In which the iPhone 14 Max can replace the iPhone 14 Mini. There has been a new disclosure about this variant, which will force the fans to dance.
Rumors of Apple replacing the mini variant of the iPhone 14 with the larger-screen Max variant first arose in September. The move is reportedly due to poor sales compared to the larger screen variant of the iPhone 12 mini. More details about the upcoming iPhone 14 Max were revealed earlier this month, suggesting that the phone will feature a 60Hz LTPS display with Samsung being Apple’s only supplier of 120Hz LTPO. However, recent industry developments suggest that this may no longer be the case.
iPhone 14 Max can get 120Hz display
According to a report by PhoneArena, Apple finally has enough room to equip its iPhone 14 Max variant with a 120Hz LTPO screen. This news comes a few days after LG succeeded in manufacturing 120Hz LTPO display panels and secured a huge order from Apple for the same. Apple has, in the past, taken its 120Hz display exclusively from Samsung, giving the Korean tech giant a monopoly on the matter.
With the entry of LG into the Apple iPhone display supply chain, Samsung’s monopoly has effectively been broken.
iPhone 14 Max to replace iPhone 14 Mini
As per previous reports, the iPhone 14 Max will replace the iPhone 14 Mini and will come equipped with a 6.7-inch 120Hz LTPO display. The size of the display will be the same as the iPhone 14 Pro Max. However, 14 Max will be a cheaper option.