Reputable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said last week that one of the iPhone 12 camera lenses, Genius Electronic Optical, had found coating cracking issues on wide-angle lenses. Kuo said the issue will not affect the iPhone 12 shipments schedule.
A representative of Genius Electronic Optical denied this information. The company declares that its products have no quality problems and the demand from its customers remains the same. Apple, for obvious reasons, did not comment on this information in any way. In any case, if the marriage of Genius Electronic Optical lenses is still confirmed, the Californian tech giant could place all orders on Largan Precision, which also produces optics for the iPhone.
Recall that this fall, Apple will unveil four smartphones of the iPhone 12 series. Although shipments of new iPhones usually begin at the end of September, Apple has officially confirmed that this year they will be delayed by several weeks. This is likely due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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