Apple will struggle to have its hotly rumoured first 5G iPhone and iPhone SE 2 ready in time for September, according to fresh reports from the Bank of America.
According to Bloomberg, the Bank of America released guidance to investors suggesting both new iPhones will be delayed by at least a month earlier this week.
The note is reportedly based on a conversation the bank had with an expert familiar with Apple’s supply chain. The company is reportedly struggling due to delays caused by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The report lines up with previous rumblings Apple’s 2020 line of iPhones will suffer delayed launches that break Apple’s standard September release cycle.
Apple industry analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reported the firm has been forced to “diversify its list of camera lens…