The Apple iPhone and iPhone 14 Pro may consist of lots of revolutionary effects and a range of new updates to Apple iPhones, expectingly. many of the advanced features though are for iPhone 14 pro, exclusively.
Apple iPhone 14 features that include an A16 processor will have a new hole punch and pill sensor cutouts and are always on display. As A16 processor so as it was in iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone pro max.
While sensing shortages in the supply chain, Apple has continued diversifying the suppliers for its next iPhone. Thus it starts efforts toward the same due to the Apple iPhone 14 launch.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo stated that SG Micro’s components passed quality certification for the higher-end iPhone 14 models On Thursday, evening.
What Ming-chi Kuo had noticed
Mink-chin Kuo states that Shengbang’s acquisition of high-end iPhone orders means the company’s technological level in consumers.
Electronics applications have reached the level of first-class manufacturers, improving their future visibility in high-end applications such as automobiles and servers. He also came across that SG Micro will likely ship power management integrated circuitry (PMIC) for the iPhone 14 in the second half of 2022.
It’s anticipated by Kua that Apple will continue SG micro to avoid future supply chain risk. This would be the first time SG Micro would supply components for Apple’s higher-end iPhones.
Kuo recently identified that some memory suppliers and iPhone 14 display panel providers have “face supply issues.” Despite that, he expects a limited impact on mass production.
In early July, Kuo reports that TSMC had cut iPhone 14 chip orders by 10%. He still believes that Apple is on track to far expectations for iPhone 14 production.
Thus it all depicts what all channelized by Apple and its rasing impact, for further more update stay tunned.
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