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When Apple launches a new iPhone there are many months and years of work behind it . The last few weeks are when the work is most intense, because you have to get everything ready and make enough iPhone stock in time. This is perhaps when Apple depends most on its partners. What do you do when one of the partners fails? It takes care of its work directly.
As indicated by ET News, Cupertino’s company has invested tens of millions of dollars in production equipment to create the iPhone 8 flexible printed circuit boards. The reason the movement has raised questions is because Apple lacks its own production plant to install the equipment and also hired three different vendors to build this component of the iPhone 8.
However, ET News claims that one of Apple’s suppliers has withdrawn at the last minute , probably because of the low profit margins. If this is the case, Apple probably had to make up for this absence and manage to manufacture all the necessary components in time.
It has been rumoured repeatedly that Apple will not arrive in time for September with the iPhone 8. In fact, it may happen as with other products such as the HomePod or iMac Pro: to be introduced in a few months before its launch. But we’re confident that it won’t, and that iPhone 8 will arrive on time despite the potential production problems or the immaturity of the facial recognition technology that iPhone 8 is expected to bring.