The new iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro smartphones aren’t expected to hit the market until September, but it looks like we already know more about the handsets.
According to a recent report by respected Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, BOE will supply the majority of displays for this year’s iPhones.
BOE beat out Samsung to secure most of 2H23’s new iPhone 15 and 15 Plus display orders. If development and production proceed smoothly in the coming months, BOE will become the largest display supplier for the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus, with a market share of around 70% (compared to Samsung’s 30%).
2H22 In the iPhone 14 series, BOE only received orders for the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 display, with the lowest market share. As a result, BOE’s shipments of his 2H23 iPhone displays will increase significantly year-over-year.
BOE’s market share in iPhone display shipments in 2022 was only around 12-15%. So even if iPhone shipments are hit by the recession in 2023, BOE can still easily achieve a high YoY growth rate of 70-100%. The iPhone display shipment base in 2022 is low, outpacing most Apple suppliers.
The new iPhone 15 lineup is expected to launch later this year. The phone will include various upgrades beyond the current iPhone 14 range.
Source Medium, MacRumors
Image credit: James Yarema
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