Apple's iPhone 14 OLED Display is likely to be Brighter than the iPhone 13 due Samsung Display upgrading a key Material
A new supply chain report this morning reveals that Apple's iPhone 14 will use a superior OLED display due to a new OLED material known as M12. Samsung currently uses M11 materials for the iPhone 13 and Galaxy S22 Ultra and will use M12 for their next-gen Galaxy Z Fold in August and the iPhone 14 launching in September.
Apple had used its own material set called LT for iPhone X in 2017 and iPhone XS in 2018, but started using the M series in 2019.
A report from OLED-info points to M-Material adding brightness to an OLED display. Although the report is about M11 material, we can extrapolate that M12 is likely the next-gen OLED material that will once again add next-level sharpness and/or brightness to the display for Apple's iPhone 14.