According to Patently Apple, a supply chain source recently reported that Apple’s iPhone 14 will include a higher-end OLED screen made of a new material known as M12.
For the iPhone 13 and Galaxy S22 Ultra, Samsung is currently using M11 material. M12 will be used for the next-generation Galaxy Z Fold (due out in August) and the iPhone 14 (due out in September).
For the iPhone X in 2017 and the iPhone XS in 2018, Apple employed its own materials dubbed LT. However, in 2019, they began using the M series.
The M11 material set is presently used by the iPhone 13, as well as the Galaxy S21 Ultra, which was released the same year. The Elec highlighted this information in two reports.
M-Material, according to one source, boosts the brightness of OLED screens. Despite the fact that this source mentions M11, we can deduce that M12 is the next-generation OLED material. It will give the iPhone 14 series display a new degree of sharpness and brightness.