A new report says that there is good news regarding the supply of iPhone 14 from Apple in the face of some production difficulties.
This week, famous analyst and analyst Ming-Chi Kuo took to Twitter to reveal it iPhone 14 Board and memory suppliers are facing supply issues, but the disruption should have limited impact on mass production of the next Apple products. Best iPhone Thanks to other suppliers who chose the slack period.
“Samsung is almost the only supplier of the 3Q22 and can meet the increased production demand for the iPhone 14 Pro,” he said on Tuesday. “Micron & SK Hynix will likely ship in 4Q22 at the earliest because the former’s adoption schedule began later, and the latter had quality issues.”
Kuo says that the gap left by LG Display issues will be filled by Samsung and BOE and that LG should be able to address the issue.
(1/3) I recently learned that some suppliers of iPhone 14 boards and memory have had supply issues, but it should have a limited impact on the upcoming iPhone 14 mass production because other suppliers can fill in the supply gap.July 19, 2022
Back to the right track?
This isn’t the first time we’ve heard about potential hiccups in the iPhone 14 supply chain or the first time we’ve heard a tone of potential disruption and impact. In May it was reported That at least one iPhone 14 model is behind schedule due to supply chain disruption caused by COVID. in June reports indicated that the shipments pad for both iPhone The 14 Pro Max and iPhone 14 Max were “a month behind schedule”.
Despite some earlier concerns, reports have always confirmed that the iPhone 14 will not be delayed in any way, and the new device is expected to drop in the usual September launch window. There is a possibility that some models including the “Max” phones mentioned above may be in short supply.
The iPhone 14 will be a big change from previous years as Apple is expected to drop the ‘mini’ iPhone from its lineup in favor of the new 6.7-inch ‘Max’ without ‘Pro’ features.
All of Apple’s big upgrades have been directed at the Pro models, including a new always-on display, 48-megapixel camera, and a new hole-punch notch.
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