We have been hearing rumors regarding the iPhone 8’s production in which some reports have suggested that it could be delayed and could see the iPhone released towards the end of the year, while some reports are even suggesting a release in 2018. Now according to the latest reports, it seems that things are back on track.

Assuming the latest report is accurate, word on the street has it that the iPhone 8’s production is on schedule for September and that it could be ready in time for October. This is according to Chinese publication Economic Daily News which reports that there will be no delay and that things are on track as per Apple’s typical release timeframe.

Prior to this, it was suggested that it could have been the shortage of OLED panels that could have caused the delay. Another suggestion was that it could have been due to the components which are apparently custom-made and are more complex to put together than previously thought. Of course it’s hard to say which rumor is right so we guess we’ll just have to wait and see.

However until then we guess it’s probably best to take it with a grain of salt for now, but here’s hoping that the iPhone will indeed be launched on time.

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