Why Apple probably won’t launch its 5G iPhone on time: Tech

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A man wearing face mask sits at an Apple Store in Hong Kong Wednesday, April 1, 2020. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)

‘They get one shot’: Why Apple probably won’t launch its 5G iPhone on time: At its annual smartphone event in September, Apple appeared to be poised to launch its first 5G-capable iPhone — what is seen as its most important iPhone ever. But with the coronavirus outbreak scrambling global markets, China’s supply chains still dealing with issues, and millions out of work, the chances of Apple launching that phone on time are increasingly slim.


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