Apple suppliers in China were reportedly falling behind schedule. The company urges suppliers to speed up production to stay on track with schedules.
Apple’s key suppliers in China are struggling with the slow re-opening of factories in Shanghai. Production disruption could cost Apple over $8 billion in revenue. In addition, one of the iPhone 14 models has been delayed by three weeks, according to a report from 9to5Mac.
Apple intends to start large scale manufacturing by September, yet it is not yet clear what the new changes will mean for the day of kickoff. For the most part, Apple divulges new iPhones toward the finish of September. However, the creation postponements could push the day for kickoff back to October.