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Last year, there were significant supply issues with the iPhone 14 lineup, which prevented users from purchasing a new model in time for the holiday season, particularly for the Pro models. To ensure that there will be enough units on hand by the end of the year, it appears that manufacture of the iPhone 15 display panels will start as early as June this time.
Production of iPhone 15 display panels to start next month
DSCC analyst Ross Young stated that the production of the iPhone 15 display panels is anticipated to start in June. The expert claims that the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro will both have “an early lead in volume,” indicating that Apple anticipates greater demand for these particular versions.
Young stated that all new iPhone 15 models, not only the Pro ones, will feature the Dynamic Island. A number of other sources, including 9to5Mac, confirmed the report. The Pro models will have reduced bezels but the same-sized display as the current generation. Naturally, Pro models will continue to be the only ones to use more expensive features like ProMotion, which allows for changing refresh rates up to 120Hz.
Although full production typically begins between June and July, it has been rumored that the iPhone 15’s production preparations started in January.
More info regarding iPhone 15
Apple has been working on a fresh look for the iPhone 15 series, according to sources at 9to5Mac. However, the new solid state volume buttons with haptic feedback that were going to be a part of this makeover have been dropped.
Customers can still anticipate a new Action button to take the place of the mute/ring switch.
According to analysts Ming-Chi Kuo and Jeff Pu, Apple opted to go back to the traditional volume buttons due to supply concerns because the new buttons would be too complicated and would cause the manufacturing of the iPhone 15 to be delayed.
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It’s interesting to note that a recent report from Kuo suggested Apple would choose a bigger display for the iPhone 16 Pro next year. Young made a similar suggestion a few days ago on Twitter.
The official announcements of the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro are anticipated for September.