Apple iPhone 14 faces quality issues for the rear camera lens, but it's been dealt with

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The iPhone 14 series that is expected to launch in September is facing quite some obstacles. Earlier, it was reported that the iPhone 14 Max had some supply chain issues with the display. Until now, the iPhone 14 gets hit with a new problem, and it's regarding the camera lens' quality.

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reports that an Apple supplier, Genius, is facing quality issues related to the iPhone 14's rear lenses. They likely suffered from coating-crack quality issues, which resulted in Apple transferring about 10 million lens orders to Largan to avoid iPhone 14 shipment delays. The Taiwanese company is said to be capable of filling the supply gap.

Kuo further mentions that Genius should address the issues within two months, or else Apple would shift more orders to Largan for the lenses. The iPhone 14 series consisting of four models, iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max, is still believed to go on sale as planned. Let's hope the devices won't face any other issues before the launch.

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