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    Apple iPhone 12 Camera Lens Quality Issues Reported

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    Apple iPhone 12 Is Reported To Have Camera Lens Issues

    Apple iPhone 12 series reported having met with camera quality issues during production. 

    According to known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, one of the camera lens supplies for the upcoming Apple iPhone 12 series is facing quality issues.

    Kuo’s latest report revealed that Genius Electronic Optical has found issues with cracking coating on the wide-angle camera lens, which designed for the 5.4 inch and 6.1 inch iPhone 12 models. 

    These problems were found in the high-temperature/high-humidity (HTHH) testing and will hamper the Genius’s ability to supply the upcoming 2020 iPhone flagship.

    The report also stated that it “estimates that the low-end 7P wide-angle lens, CCM, and final assembly mass production of the 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch aluminum frame iPhone will be in mid-to-late August, mid-to-late September, and early October, respectively. 

    We believe that in the uncertain timetable for [Genius] to solve the quality problem of film cracking, Apple will give priority to purchasing Largan’s low-end 1/2.6” 7P wide-angle lens at least in the initial supply stage to ensure that the two aluminum-framed ‌iPhone 12‌ can be as scheduled.”

    Apple has already confirmed that the launch of the iPhone 12 series will be delayed by a few weeks, with a staggered launch, which would have the two 6.1-inch models (non-Pro and Pro) arriving first 5.4-inch non-Pro and 6.7-inch Pro models launching after.

    Source: GIZMOCHINA

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