The camera module of the iPhone 13 allegedly causes supply problems.
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You may need to be patient when ordering apples, . According to Nikkei Asia, people’s delivery times are getting longer due to delivery bottlenecks caused by a COVID-19 wave in Vietnam.
Apple is apparently struggling to get enough camera modules for the four iPhone 13 models, as these are assembled in the Southeast Asian country.
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When trying to order an iPhone 13 Pro or 13 Pro Max from Apple’s US store on Wednesday, there was an estimated delivery time of three to four weeks. However, the iPhone 13 or 13 Mini gave a shorter estimate of seven to ten days.
Apple did not respond to a request for comment.
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