Apple’s iPhone 14 production is not running smoothly if supply chain estimates can be trusted. Above all, the panels for the new models cause problems for the suppliers. The iPhone 14 Max is apparently particularly affected by restrictions.
Apparently Apple is currently struggling with some problems in the mass production of the iPhone 14. Mass production always starts in the summer, so that delivery can usually begin in September.
A new model will go on sale for the first time this year if the current forecasts are correct: The iPhone 14 Max comes with a 6.7-inch display. It will be the first iPhone with this display size that is not a Pro model. It comes with an OLED display, but probably without ProMotion, i.e. without 120 Hz.
Display production for the new Max model is behind schedule
And this is exactly where Apple is particularly stuck, should the forecasts that Ross Young recently made be correct. He is an analyst at the consulting firm DSCC. On the short message service Twitter, he writes that Apple is well behind schedule with the panels for the iPhone 14 Max.
Three times fewer displays are currently being manufactured for this iPhone model than for the Pro version. If that’s true and Apple can’t reverse the trend, it could point to supply issues coming fall. However, Apple will do everything possible to sell as many units as possible by the end of the year.
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