Apple Slashes iPhone 15 Production Forecast Ahead of Launch 

Rahul bhagat

Apple has reportedly reduced production expectations for the iPhone 15 ahead of its launch.

Analyst Jeff Pu cites supply issues and lower demand for the projected unit decrease.

Sony's CMOS camera sensors, the titanium frame, and the new display are mentioned as potential challenges.

Market conditions and higher prices for the Pro models contribute to Apple's lowered sales outlook.

The report also confirms a 48MP ultrawide camera and Wi-Fi 7 support for the 2024 iPhone 16 Pro models.

This contrasts with an earlier report suggesting stable total iPhone 15 shipments and aligns with Ming-Chi Kuo's forecast.

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