The new iPhones, the number 12 ones expected this fall, will arrive in stores later than usual.
After months of controversy, Apple chief financial officer Luca Maestri confirmed this during a presentation of the company's quarterly results.
"Last year we started selling the iPhone in September. "This year we expect the supply to be available a few weeks later," said Maestri.
The manager did not give any reason for this.
According to theories circulating in recent months, the delay in the release of the iPhone 12 will depend in part on delays in the development of devices caused by the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent blockages.