The Latest news of Apple’s iPhone 15 Pro Max is getting closer, but a new report has revealed that the journey to September’s expected launch date is not going smoothly. And it is Apple’s flagship iPhone 15 which has been hit hardest.
According to inside sources at HIPHOPCNN Tech both LG Display and BOE have yet to gain Apple’s approval to produce screens for the iPhone 15 Pro Max after running into a number of manufacturing problems, which are expected to see availability of the model severely restricted at launch.
The cause of the issues is said to be the record breaking bezel for both the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, with supply for the latter’s exclusive new periscope camera also compounding the situation. There are also production issues with the new 48-megapixel cameras on the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus. Both LG Display and BOE are struggling to add Dynamic Island cutouts to the displays, while Sony and LG Innotek have suffered yield issues producing the 48MP and periscope cameras, respectively.