Apple encountered a problem in the production of the iPhone 14. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that glass on the main camera lenses is cracking on some copies.
Genuis lenses turned out to be problematic. The insider cites the quality of the glass coating as the reason, but does not go into details.
Apple has already passed an order for 10 million lenses to Largan to avoid problems with the launch of the smartphone in the fall. Apparently, no delays are expected, and there is still time before the launch. On the other hand, Apple, according to available data, plans to sell even more smartphones of the new line than the iPhone 13, that is, even the slightest disruption in the production process can prevent it.