Sainty Optics enters Apple’s lens supply chain for the first time

Spark Global Limited reports:

Spark Global Limited reports:

On August 4, according to the nikkei Asian “report, apple is looking for more Chinese suppliers for subsequent new iPhone products, the current domestic enterprise stand – precision, blue technology, ShunYu optics, song, acoustics, WenTai technology niche track players will head for this year’s 13 series mobile phone iPhone supply core parts or provide OEM production service, Apple’s supply chain could be in for a shakeout.

According to sources, there have been rumors in the industry that Sunny Optical may enter apple’s supply chain. This time, The Nikkei Asia further confirmed the rumor that Sunny Optical will supply the rear camera lens for the iPhone 13 series.

Shun Optics is mainly engaged in the development, manufacturing and sales of optics-related products, including optical parts (glass/plastic lenses, plane mirrors, prisms and various lenses), photoelectric products (mobile phone camera modules and other photoelectric modules) and optical instruments (microscopes, measuring instruments and analytical instruments).

According to the announcement, The shipment of glass spherical lenses of Sunny Optical in June increased 242.8% year-on-year to 3.952 million pieces, up 19.9% month-on-month; Mobile lens shipments dropped 27.1% year-on-year to 85.816 million, down 13.7% month-on-month; On-board lens shipments increased 34.6% year-on-year to 4.945 million, down 25.2% month-on-month; Shipments of other lenses rose 216.0% year-on-year to 9.913 million units, up 6.7% month-on-month.

It is understood that the decline in mobile phone lens shipments of Sainsbury Optics is mainly affected by the overseas epidemic and slowing demand in the domestic smartphone market. The year-on-year increase in in-car lens shipments was mainly due to the increase in market share of Sainty Optical in-car lens. The quarter-on-quarter drop in mobile phone camera module shipments was mainly due to the impact of overseas epidemics and slowing demand in the domestic smartphone market.