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According to a rumor, Samsung, an Apple supplier, has started producing OLED screens for its forthcoming smartphone range, which is anticipated to be unveiled in the upcoming weeks. Apple iPhone 15 display panels have also commenced mass production. The iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max are anticipated to be released by Apple this year. The supposed periscope camera on the iPhone 15 Pro Max is said to have produced less than the firm had anticipated.
Samsung Display has reportedly started mass producing the panels for Apple’s upcoming smartphones after the Cupertino company gave the company permission to produce the four different OLED panels it will need for the rumored iPhone 15 series of smartphones, according to a supply chain report in The Elec (in Korean). The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus are expected to include Dynamic Island this year, unlike their predecessors.
A preliminary approval was apparently provided by Apple to LG, and before mass manufacturing of the iPhone 15 series displays can start, LG must make a few changes. The third supplier to the iPhone maker, BOE, which is presently involved in a legal dispute with Samsung over alleged patent infringements, has not been given authorization to produce displays for the iPhone 15 series, and this is not anticipated to change until next year, according to the report.
Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max Periscope Camera
The Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max, Apple’s top-tier model that is anticipated to make its debut as part of the iPhone 15 series, may come equipped with a periscope camera, according to earlier rumors. According to the South Korean tabloid, the production yields for the image sensors from Sony and the zoom components from LG Innotek fell short of the expectations of the iPhone manufacturer. If Apple does release the iPhone 15 Pro Max with a periscope camera, it will probably have an optical zoom capability that is almost two times as good as its predecessor.
Apple iPhone 15 Pro Faster Chipset
The Apple iPhone 15 Pro models will have a faster 3nm chip, an Action button to replace the mute switch, redesigned internals to make them more repairable, and titanium edges rather than stainless steel — for improved durability, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. According to Gurman, the Dynamic Island will be included on the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus models, which will be powered by the same 4nm A16 Bionic chip used in the previous year’s two iPhone 14 Pro models.