The recent Vietnam COVID-19 outbreak is delaying iPhone 13 deliveries


By Ray Ampoloquio September 29, 2021

After revealing its latest iPhone earlier this month, Apple is currently facing supply issues.

The problem has resulted in a significant delay in the deliveries of the iPhone 13. 

In fact, experts suggest thatt the delay could push the deliveries of certain iPhone 13 models by up to a month. 

There are two main causes for the delay in the delivery of the iPhone 13. 

The first is the increased demand for the upgraded cameras for the iPhone 13 lineup. 

The second is the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which has forced suppliers in Vietnam to shut down operations. 

The good news is that things are starting to look better. 

If this keeps up, factories might resume operations by mid-October.

This would imply that any undelivered iPhone 13 unit will be sent to consumers by late November or early December.

The good news here is that the delay isn't as significant as that of last year with the iPhone 12. 

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