In March, Nikkei announced Apple’s intention to delay the release of the first 5G-enabled iPhone smartphones
Apple has delayed the production of next-generation flagship iPhone smartphones by about a month as the coronavirus pandemic weakened global consumer demand and halted production in Asia. This was reported by the Wall Street Journal, citing informants familiar with the issue.
Apple delays ramping up the release of next iPhone smartphones
Allegedly, Apple plans to release four new iPhone models later this year. Newer models will support 5G networks.
In March, Nikkei announced Apple’s intention to delay the release of the first 5G-enabled iPhone smartphones. Confirming this information, the Wall Street Journal adds that Apple has reduced its planned output for the second half by 20%.