Just before a week of iPhone 8 released. The excitement is support on with the upcoming iPhone 8. A new report came from Apple is OLED iPhone is rumored to ship later than the LCD-based iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus models.
A report from TechCrunch’s sources, Apple new OLED phone will ship out at a later time instead of release alongside the iterative for LCD-based iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus devices. Apple will most likely face seriously limited iPhone 8 supply at launch.
Reporter Matt Burn writes:
Apple is getting ready to announce a new series of iPhone at an event next week. There are two models are on the tap and the confirmation has already done by TechCrunch trusted sources, that this time the more expensive fancier form will ship at a later time.
New iPhones are always in short supply when they are first available and that’s likely to remain true with this version. By staggering the release and selling one phone at a much higher price, Apple might be worried about its order and give some pressure on its network to process and fulfill the orders.
Now the earlier reports have responsible supply and production issues for the delay. A report from The Wall Street Journal is that the touch ID of iPhone 8 wasn’t Apple’s first decision as the organization was forced to make this move due to technical limitations and manufacturing issues.
The issues form the early production process is to prompt a difficulty of about a month in the development schedule, which could now result in extended supply shortfalls and delivery delays for iPhone 8, as per the newspaper.
A report from came from German, Apple could begin the iPhone 8 pre-orders three days following next Tuesday’s announcement, with actual sales scheduled to kick off a week later on Friday, September 22.