When it comes to the shortlist of suppliers providing Apple with displays destined for this year’s iPhone 14 series, Samsung has reportedly just found itself to be the top pick through its Display arm.

According to a report from South Korean news publication ETNews, “industry insiders” are claiming that Apple has formally approached Samsung Display with an order for approximately 80 million screens, to be supplied in Q3 (July-September) of this year; ahead of the iPhone 14’s expected release this September.

Details of the order corroborate reports that this year’s crop of devices won’t play host to an iPhone 14 Mini (as has featured in the past two generations of iPhone), with only two display sizes intended to serve across four discrete models.

Based on the device lineup previously suggested by reputable leaker Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro will make use of a 6.1-inch panel, meanwhile just under half of the total order is intended to serve the larger iPhone 14 Max and top-end iPhone 14 Pro Max, both of which will feature a 6.7-inch display as Apple seeks to create it best iPhone ever in 2022.

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