In such an intense week as the one we have lived, among others with the launch of the AirPods Max, there is still room for rumors. Rumors ranging from who will be Ferrari’s next director to the schedule of future iPhone 13s.
Launch in September and CEO positions
This year, the production of the iPhone 12 has been changed due to the global situation. With this modification, the iPhone 12s arrived in a phased fashion and also noticeably later and with less stock than they usually arrive on the schedule we are used to.
According to Ming-Chi Kuo, the production of the iPhone 13 will return to the usual rates. In a new note to investors, the analyst says we can expect all four iPhone 13 models by September 2021.
In the same vein, Kuo also addresses the issue of TSMC’s production forecast for early 2021. Recall that it is this company that manufactures the A14 chips for the iPhone this year, so lower production could represent low demand for iPhone 12. Kuo states that this is not the case and that the slight decline in TSMC production is seasonal and common,
Finally, in this week’s rumors we have some curious news: the candidates for CEO of Ferrari. According to Reuters reports, Louis Camilleri left office unexpectedly and the list of candidates to replace him contains Luca Maestri, Apple’s chief financial officer, and Jony Ive, former chief designer.
It is clear that the machinery of rumors about Apple does not rest. Some are more grounded than others, but overall they’re all quite interesting. We’ll see what happens next week.