iPhone 14 panel orders down 38% compared to iPhone 13 Pro Max production is strong – Apple iPhone

We’ve heard quite a bit about iPhone 14 Pro models outselling the rest of the iPhone 14 line. Now, Ross Young, an analyst at Display Supply Chain Consultants, has some additional data to back up that claim, this time focuses on iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro shipments that match last year’s iPhone 13 lineup. Compare.


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Yang’s latest data is based on supply chain information on panel orders at the end of November, basically referring to the number of display panels Apple has ordered from its suppliers as it continues to adjust and re-adjust production of the iPhone 14 , which could serve as a proxy for Apple’s response An idea of ​​which models to produce due to early demand data.

According to the data, panel orders for the iPhone 14 Pro Max were 18% higher than orders for the iPhone 13 Pro Max in the same period last year. Meanwhile, iPhone 14 panel orders fell 38% compared to the iPhone 13 at this time last year.

Yang’s data also shows how popular the iPhone 14 Pro Max is this year, accounting for the majority of iPhone 14 display panel orders. Overall, the total orders for iPhone 14 panels this year were slightly higher than those for the iPhone 13 in the same period last year, mainly due to the increased demand for the iPhone 14 Pro Max.

Finally, the data shows that the panel orders for the iPhone 14 Plus are significantly higher than those for the iPhone 13 mini. The iPhone 14 Plus will be officially released next week on October 7, and stock is still very good on launch day.

Bloomberg recently reported that Apple has planned to increase production of the iPhone 14 as the holiday season approaches. However, due to lower than expected demand, Apple is said to have dismissed the idea. Tianfeng Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has also said several times that the iPhone 14 Pro Max is Apple’s most popular iPhone this year.

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