The new 6.7-inch non-pro “iPhone 14 Max” could be in a shorter supply than some of the other ‌iPhone 14‌ models, according to the display panel supply and production estimates that were released. delivered today by display analyst Ross Young.


Between June and September, the iPhone 14 Pro Max accounts for the largest share of panel production, accounting for 28 percent of shipments. The iPhone 14‌ and iPhone 14 Pro‌ follow with 26 percent each, but the ‌iPhone 14‌ Max lags behind with 19 percent. Production numbers are similar, with the iPhone 14 Pro‌ Max accounting for 29 percent of production and the 14 Max for 21 percent of production.

Young says shipments of the ‌iPhone 14‌ Max display panel will “take a lot of ground in September,” suggesting any initial delivery issues at launch should soon disappear.

During the development cycle of ‌iPhone 14‌, there were rumors that the new 6.7-inch iPhone 14‌ Max that replaces the 5.4-inch iPhone mini was behind schedule due to lockdowns and production issues. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said at the time that suppliers would be working overtime to catch up and that we could see little impact on device availability.

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