Report claims Apple iPhone 14 series still coming in mid-September despite setbacks

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Despite the supply chain issues, it's reported that Apple is still on track to launch the iPhone 14 series in mid-September. The tech giant didn't mention anything about pandemic-related delays in the earnings report for the June quarter, so everything should still be going well.

Before the pandemic, Apple would stick to having the iPhone launch event in the second week of September. However, because of lockdown measures, the company announced during the June 2020 earnings quarter that it couldn't present the devices on time. Therefore, we only saw the iPhone 12 series in mid-October 2020, with two variants shipped right after the launch event, while the other two needed a few weeks longer to reach customers.

The source mentions that even though Apple didn't bring up anything about delays, it's still possible that some variants would get shipped later than the others. If one has to get chosen, it would be the iPhone 14 Max. The model faced display supply issues due to using a panel different from the Pro Max variant by not supporting ProMotion, making it a new thing for the suppliers.

If nothing went wrong, Apple would present the devices on 13 September and start the pre-order on 16 September, with the official sale going live on the 23rd. Are you excited about seeing the new iPhones? Leave a comment to let us know how you feel, and stay tuned to for more iPhone reports.

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