Last year’s launch of the iPhone 12 was a little bit late from Apple’s usual September kickoffs. Unfortunately, the pandemic hit the world hard during 2020, and this caused Apple to delay its yearly release for the first time.
As of now, Apple is planning on running on its regular schedule for 2021. But with many of the iPhone’s parts coming from other countries struggling to re-open, will Apple be able to pull it off?
Hopefully, the iPhone 13 won’t be a cursed number, and it will not face the same delay as the iPhone 12 last year. …Salt over the shoulder with fingers crossed.
Reports from DigiTimes expressed that the Taiwanese manufacturer Cyntec will increase a post revenue of 25% this second quarter of 2021.
This increased revenue is benefited from the orders of these new iPhone 13 parts. DigiTimes also reported that these parts are already capable of supporting mmWave 5G to more countries.
Currently, the mmWave 5G technology is only supported in the United States using the iPhone 12 lineup.
Sources also reported that Cyntec will be receiving more orders from Apple this third quarter of 2021. Thanks to the 50% plus of the new iPhone 13 models that will support 5G mmWave communication.
With Apple’s tight schedule, they are currently working on gathering different parts across multiple manufacturers around the globe. In order to produce these four iPhone 13 models, they will need to have all these parts gathered for mass production to start.
This is a big indication for the next iPhone’s scheduled release, and Apple fans (or those who are waiting to upgrade their iPhones) are excitedly on the lookout.
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