Everything ready to start the machinery and the legion of workers dedicated to the assembly of the new iPhone 13. Each year Apple collects about 60 million units manufactured ready to ship from the first day of its official launch.
So assemblers (Foxconn mainly) are already receiving the first shipments of the components necessary to make the new iPhones this year.
As published DigiTimes, manufacturers of the components needed to assemble this year’s new iPhones have already sent your first orders to assembly plants.
Due to last year’s global pandemic, Apple was forced to delay the launch of the iPhone 12 until October. One month after the traditional launch date of the new iPhones.
This year, although the virus is still rampant, Apple is expected to launch the new iPhones in time in September, without delays, according to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Apple has dozens of suppliers based in China, the United States, Vietnam and India to produce its devices. Lockdowns from the pandemic crippled the ability of many of Apple’s vendors to produce and assemble devices last year.
Instead, this year the factories are at full capacity. TSMC, one of Apple’s largest suppliers, has already started producing the chip A15 for iPhone 13.
Although we are in the midst of a production crisis due to the lack of semiconductors (especially in the automotive sector), TSMC the production volume is assured necessary to supply A15 to the assemblers of the iPhones 13 without any problem.
So it seems that everything is ready for the start of mass production of the new iPhones this year. If nothing goes wrong, we will have them available in the month of September.
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