A few days ago, it was reported that Apple had a problem in producing the Apple Watch 7 Series, and therefore their release to the market was delayed. Will encounter. But Mingchi Ko, an analyst familiar with Apple, claimed today that this was resolved, but due to a two-week delay in mass production, we should expect the Apple Watch 7 Series to be released in early October.
Six days ago, the Bloomberg website published a news item that upset users and fans of Apple products. Many users were waiting for the Apple Watch 7 Series smartwatches, but it was said that Apple had a problem in the production process of this product, and therefore there should be changes in the company's planning.
Usually when in the process of producing a There will be a problem with the product, or its launch will be delayed, or its release to the market, which was said to be the case with the Apple Watch. But according to Mingchi Ko, the problem did not seem to be so serious, and the American company was able to solve it.
(2 more days) We should see the company's phones as well as new smartwatches or watches. But naturally we should not expect to be able to access the new Apple Watch the day after its unveiling.
According to Ko, Apple will begin mass production of this product in mid-September; In fact, this process should have started now. This means that the launch of the Apple Watch 7 Series will definitely take some time. So if we are to be able to access the company's new smartwatch, it must happen in late September, early October.
but what caused the problem in the production process of Apple Watch Series 7 The G6 OLED display was a very new display. Apple has not used this display in any of its products so far, so it was natural that there would be a problem in the production process. G6 panels are manufactured in such a way that their strength is higher than similar models. On the other hand, their production cost will be lower and their production process will be easier for the company. Simply put, the delay was really worth it because we're on the side of one of the best displays used in smartwatches.
And this will happen even sooner than the arrival of samples assembled by Foxconn. Koo also confirmed that Apple expects smartwatches to be available in 41 and 45mm sizes, and predicted that 14 to 16 million Apple Watch Series 7s will be available by the end of this year.