Ming-Chi Kuo doubts reports Apple has cut its initial iPhone 14 order. The analyst points out such a move would be atypical.
Demand for its next-generation smartphone is expected to run high. However, ongoing supply chain issues forced Apple to cut iPhone 14 orders.
A twitter user has shared an AliExpress listing offering dummy iPhone 14 display models. The listing mentions they are inoperable.
Foxconn is offering a summer bonus for employees who stay four months, a move likely to help boost iPhone 14 production numbers.
Reports from Taiwan indicate iPhone 14 components are already beginning to ship to final assembly manufacturers.
The new customizable Lock Screen’s widgets in iOS 16 are perfectly matched for the expected always-on display on the iPhone 14 Pro.
Reports from “TheElec” indicate that manufacturer BOE is once again producing OLED panels for the iPhone 13 and looking toward iPhone 14.
A report from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo indicates that Apple has settled on a 6P autofocus lens for the front-facing camera in the iPhone 14.
A report from “TrendForce” suggests that the iPhone 14 lineup is expected to start with 6GB of RAM, which is up from the iPhone 13.
As Foxconn reported improvement in supply chain, the iPhone 14 production is in full swing despite rumors about its delay.