Apple’s iPhone 14 display production is heavily skewed toward its Pro Max model, with its Max model being the least dominant


Ross Young, a display analyst, today gave shipment and production estimates for display panels, which suggest that the new 6.7-inch non-pro “iPhone 14 Max” may be in shorter supply than some of the other iPhone 14 versions.

The iPhone 14 Pro Max of Apple, which accounts for twenty-eight percent of shipments between June and September, has the largest proportion of panel manufacturing. With twenty-six percent each, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro are not far behind, while the iPhone 14 Max comes in last with nineteen percent. The production figures are comparable, with the 14 Max accounting for twenty-one percent of production and the 14 Pro Max for twenty-nine percent of output.

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Young predicts that shipments of iPhone 14 Max display panels will “make up a lot of ground in September,” which means that any supply problems that arise at launch should be resolved swiftly.

There was speculation throughout the iPhone 14 development cycle that the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max, which replaces the 5.4-inch iPhone mini, was running behind schedule because of lockdowns and production problems. Ming-Chi Kuo, an Apple analyst, predicted at the time that little would change in terms of device availability and that suppliers would work extra hard to catch up.

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