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Now we know why the iPhone 6’s release date might get pushed back to October


Depending on whom you ask, Apple will launch the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 either in September or October, with the 5.5-inch version expected to arrive a few months later, although most reports seem to favor September as the most likely launch month for the handset. KGI Securities analyst Ming Chi Kuo has learned more details about Apple’s iPhone 6 production, Liberty Times reports, revealing the company is facing yield issues with certain components, including in-cell touch panels and metal chassis. FROM EARLIER: New report claims the iPhone 6 may release much later than we expected Kuo, who has accurately provided information on unreleased Apple devices in the past, says the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 is the most affected iPhone 6 product by

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