Apple has confirmed a few weeks slip on the launch of the new series scheduled for September. Of course, this does not mean that the company will not be able to show the devices as early as September, but the devices will certainly not appear on store shelves until October. Unsurprisingly, the slippage in the first half of the year is due to supply chains disrupted by the coronavirus epidemic. This is not the first time that we will have to wait longer than usual for the launch of new iPhones after the announcement, the company also made the iPhone X available long after its unveiling in September 2017, in November of the same year, and in 2018. iPhone XR also had a few weeks of slippage.
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