Apple’s Chinese partners are not on time to release the iPhone 14 on schedule, according to Nikkei. The reason for this is the spring lockdowns in China, during which many factories were idle. As a result, the pre-production process for the new iPhones has been pushed back several weeks.
Apple is considering several options for the development of events. So, it is possible that a third contractor will be involved in the assembly of smartphones along with Foxconn and Pegatron. In addition, the corporation may traditionally present the iPhone 14 in September, but the release of new products will be postponed for a month.
From the rumors, the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max are likely to receive the always-on screen feature. This is not about the “chip” Always-On in Android smartphones, but rather about the Apple Watch, on the screen of which all the information is always displayed, and not just the time, date and notifications.