Analyst expects no delay within the production and launch of iPhone 13

Even though the Covid-19 pandemic continues to be raging aroung the planet, it’s unlikely to modify the production and launch timelines for that Iphone 13.

In the latest investor note, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo shares the mass production of the iPhone 13 will go back to the standard schedule prior to the Covid-19 outbreak. This shows that Apple is on the right track to announce the iPhone 13 selection in September 2021.

The Covid-19 outbreak this season disrupted Apple’s logistics and production timeline for that iPhone 12 lineu, which led to a staggered launch for that different iPhone 12 models. The low shipping forecast for A14 chips from TSMC in Q2 2021 when compared with Q1 2021 isn’t a concern as Kuo states it’s “periodic”, and never because of lower sales. 

Actually, Kuo reiterated that demand for the Pro models are superior to expected. However, Apple is apparently facing supply difficulties with the The new sony camera sensors for that Pro models. Additionally, Apple is thought to be battling with supply shortages of LiDAR parts and power chips for that iPhone 12.

Source: 9to5Mac