Apple cuts iPhone 15 production, may struggle to deliver millions of units 

Apple’s delivery of the iPhone 15 to its large customer base may be delayed due to the ongoing supply issues the company is currently dealing with. Here are the details. 

  In short 

• Apple has reportedly reduced production of this smartphone.  

•The company may struggle to ship millions of iPhone 15 units.

• The expected release date for the 15 series is September 12.  

•Apple’s delivery of the 15 series to its large customer base may be delayed due to the ongoing supply issues the company is currently dealing with. 

These developments happened just a few weeks before Apple’s next event. Although the expected release date of the 15 series is September 12, Apple has not yet  officially confirmed the date.  Apple’s initial forecast to ship more than 80 million iPhone 15 units this year has been revised down to around 77 million units, according to an investment note by Haitong International Securities analyst Jeff Pu, reported by 9To5. 

This adjustment responds to supply constraints caused primarily by Sony’s camera sensors, which are an integral part of the phones.

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