According to a report, Apple was left with no choice but to redesign the display on the iPhone 6, after issues plagued production. This suggests that supply will be affected upon launch.
The news comes to us courtesy of Reuters. According to the news agency, there is a problem with the component design. It is said to have something to do with backlighting, according to the site’s insiders, and has been going on for about a month. The display’s brightness was reportedly not up to par with Apple’s standards, which forced the Cupertino firm to go back to double-layered backlighting. The assembly line is said to be still waiting for the final design.
We’re hoping this doesn’t affect supply upon launch.
Apple is expected to lift the lid on the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6L in September.
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