As we just discovered in a Twitter post from the popular reliable Apple leaker, it seems China Shengbang Microelectronics will be shipping power management ICs for the upcoming iPhone 14 series as the company passes Apple’s quality certification test.
According to the Tianfeng International analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Shengbang Microelectronics has passed the iPhone 14 quality verification and is expected to ship power management ICs for the iPhone 14 in the second half of this year, said in a tweet.
Meanwhile, it should be noted that Shengbang Microelectronics is shipping Apple’s high-end products for the first time, which means that the company’s contribution to Apple’s revenue will increase significantly, and its technical level can already compete with global leaders in the field of consumer electronics.
In Ming-Chi Kuo’s opinion, Shengbang Microelectronics’ market share in Apple’s supply chain will continue to grow as a result of cost advantages and Apple’s supply chain policy of reducing supply risks. Also, the company’s technical level has reached that of first-tier manufacturers in consumer electronics applications, improving the company’s future visibility into higher-end applications such as automobiles and servers.
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Previously, the Tianfeng International analyst had earlier revealed that some iPhone 14 series panel and memory suppliers have recently experienced supply issues, but the impact on the upcoming mass-produced iPhone 14 should be limited because other suppliers can fill the supply gap.
As per reports, Apple’s iPhone 14 series will be divided into four models in two sizes, with various improvements and enhancements such as the new exclamation mark screen, the upgraded front camera, and so on. The new camera (which supports autofocus); the new rear camera (which supports 48-megapixel photography and 8K video recording); the new A16 chip; the AOD screen display, and so on..
As scheduled, Apple’s iPhone 14 / Pro series is expected to be released this fall, therefore the firm decided to increase the smartphone’s components supplier to avoid potential supply chain shortages when the device begins mass production. Thus, stay connected with TechGenyz as we bring you the latest updates in the Tech world.