As the highly anticipated Apple event draws near, persistent rumors surround the potential delay of the flagship model, the Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max. According to information leaked by X (formerly Twitter) user Revegnus, alias @Tech_Reve, challenges in Sony’s production processes may result in a delay of up to four weeks for the device.
This potential delay assumes particular significance when compared to Apple‘s previous product launches. In 2021, the entire iPhone 13 lineup was released concurrently on September 24, shortly after its unveiling on September 14.
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Ideally, Apple would have adhered to a similar timeline this year, aiming to release the complete iPhone 15 range, including the Pro Max variant, on September 22, following the official launch on September 12. However, if the rumors hold true, Apple may opt for the strategy employed with last year’s iPhone 14 Plus.
For context, the 14 Plus was announced alongside the 14, 14 Pro, and 14 Pro Max, but it reached the market a month later. Given the existing speculation, the iPhone 15 Pro Max may not be in the hands of its initial consumers until approximately October 13, despite a planned commercial release for the other new Apple iPhone models on September 22.
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It is important to emphasize that any delay in the release of the iPhone 15 Pro Max does not necessarily indicate a setback in its market performance. Buyers are still likely to have the opportunity to acquire the device prior to prominent holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas.
For those contemplating whether to await the arrival of the iPhone 15 Pro Max, particularly in light of the potential for a price hike, it would be prudent to closely monitor Apple‘s event on September 12. This will provide a more definitive outlook, enabling consumers to make an informed decision.