iPhone 15 Pro Max – After a successful launch barely a week ago, the new iPhone 15 Pro Max meets production challenges amid robust demand.
According to TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple’s top-of-the-line model, which debuted at its ‘Wonderlust’ event last week, is seeing strong demand when preorders opened on September 15. This year’s Pro Max model includes a more advanced telephoto camera with greater optical zoom functionality. However, the analyst claims that the iPhone 15 Pro Max production issues are “more pronounced” when compared to other models, despite the fact that deliveries for the top-of-the-line model have been postponed until November in some locations.
According to Kuo in a Medium article, the demand for the new iPhone 15 Pro Max is “robust” and higher than the demand for the company’s previous iPhone 14 Pro Max. Unlike its larger sibling, the iPhone 15 Pro model is experiencing weaker demand than its predecessor, according to the analyst, who believes this is due to increased interest in the iPhone 15 Pro.
Unlike the iPhone 15 Pro, demand for Apple’s ordinary iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus models is “roughly on par” with the smartphones released last year, according to Kuo. Apple made some major modifications to the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus models this year, including the company’s Dynamic Island and a 48-megapixel primary camera that debuted with the iPhone 14 Pro models last year.
While demand for Apple’s iPhone models basically causes some delivery delays each year, the analyst notes that the iPhone 15 Pro Max is facing considerable delays this year. The top-of-the-line model is planned to be delivered to some clients in several locations, including the United States, in November.
According to Kuo, the iPhone 15 Pro Max, which went into mass production later than the company’s other smartphones, is experiencing “more pronounced” production issues than other models. On September 12, Apple revealed the iPhone 15 series of smartphones during their ‘Wonderlust’ launch event, and preorders for all four versions began three days later. On September 22, the handsets will be available in India and other global markets.