According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the production-related issues have been fixed as of the day of Apple’s September 12 smartphone unveiling. While the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will be available in black, pink, yellow, blue, and green, the two iPhone 15 Pro models will only be offered in gray, white, black, and blue. They also spoke about what they expected from colors.
Although issues with stacking CIS, panels, and batteries have been rectified, the iPhone 15 Pro Max is being issued last. Kuo claims the project started later than expected, so the mass production schedule is behind the other models.
iPhone 15 Pro Max Might Be Delayed
Although up to 15% of iPhone 15 and 15 Plus shipments may be impacted, the stacked CIS issue has been fixed due to increased production capacity. The plants began working harder than ever to resolve the battery and frame problems.
The titanium frame had difficult manufacturing windows due to the previous quarter’s abandonment of the virtual button design. But now that this issue has been resolved, it is anticipated that the phone will be lighter because Apple is abandoning the usage of an aluminum frame.
According to the source, the display problem might be resolved by “changing the supplier shipment ratio. But as we know from earlier reports, Samsung received most orders while BOE was told to start again because of a light bleed problem caused by flawed panel and driver architecture.