iPhone 13 Deliveries Could Take Longer Due to COVID Disruptions

Vietnam, where camera parts are assembled, is battling a surge.
Photo/s: Carlos Garcia Rawlins, Reuters

Buyers of Apple's new iPhone 13 face longer-than-expected delivery times because of a wave of COVID-19 infections in Vietnam, where components for the device's new camera module are assembled, Nikkei Asia said.

The disruption, which could ease as soon as mid-October, is linked to a constriction in supplies of modules for the phone's four models, as a significant number of components are assembled in Vietnam, Nikkei said, citing people familiar with the matter.

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