Apple iPhone 14's production still on track despite geopolitical tension

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According to this new report, the ongoing geopolitical tension between China and Taiwan is not affecting the Apple iPhone 14's launch. TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that there were no impacts made to iPhone 14 supply chain production, and shipment schedules are still going well.

We're glad to see that the production of the iPhone 14 series is still going strong despite the obstacles it has faced. Not just luck, Apple has worked its best to avoid any delays for its upcoming devices. The company is said to have diversified its component suppliers, reducing dependence on a single supplier but also having a bargaining position.

Besides the information, Kuo has also tipped that the AirPods 2 Pro will launch in the second half of this year with the same old Lighting connector for its charging case. Nevertheless, the USB-C switch is still on track as all AirPods models from 2023 onwards are said to feature USB-C connectors for charging.

As there are months to go before we see the new iPhones, let's hope that the iPhone 14's production won't get any disruptions again. Share your opinion with us by leaving a comment, and stay tuned to for more iPhone news.

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