Apple iPhone 14 Plus delivery starts to delay

A product supply tracking agency said that compared to the iPhone 13 Pro, the demand for the iPhone 14 Pro model is still large, and the demand for the iPhone 14 is weaker than the iPhone 13, but the iPhone 14 Plus is still in high demand. There seems to be a change.

Since its launch, the iPhone 14 Pro has proven to be a very popular device for consumers. In the fourth week, JPMorgan analysts' Apple Product Availability Tracker on Sunday sees a similar situation to the previous week, with strong demand for Pro models and weaker demand for non-Pro models.

However, the lifeline of the iPhone 14 series depends on the iPhone 14 Plus. As the October 7 launch date looms, deliveries for the model have begun to stretch, and have already passed the launch date in most regions except the US. JPMorgan Chase believes that this is a sign that the model is gaining favor with consumers as the launch date approaches.

Overall, the average delivery times for the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max across all regions were 2 days, 33 days, and 40 days, respectively. Compared to the iPhone 13, the iPhone 14 has shorter lead times, the iPhone 14 Pro has "in line with demand or even slightly lower" and the iPhone 14 Pro Max has a "more extended" lead time.

In the U.S., iPhone 14 lead times are stable at 4 days, while iPhone 14 Plus is still available on launch day. By comparison, the lead times for the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini are 14 days and 20 days, respectively. Delivery times for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max increased slightly, to 32 and 39 days.

In retail stores, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro are available for same-day pickup, while the iPhone 14 Pro Max will have to wait.

Elsewhere, delivery times for iPhone 14 Pro models in China increased to 36 days and 43 days, respectively. Meanwhile, the delivery time for the iPhone 14 was 2 days, down from 4 days a week ago, while the delivery time for the iPhone 14 Plus went beyond October 7 to October 18-20.

In Germany and the UK, the iPhone 14 is next-day delivery, and the iPhone 14 Plus is scheduled to be delivered on the first day, which will take longer than the 2021 iPhone 13 and 13 mini. For Pro models, Germany saw a slight increase in lead times, but the UK remained unchanged.

In terms of wearable device tracking, strong demand for the Apple Watch Ultra continued for another week, with a delivery time of 26 days, down slightly from 30 days a week ago. The Apple Watch Series 8 also performed well, at 16 days, compared to 19 days a week ago. Apple Watch SE 2 delivery time dropped from 8 days to 6 days.

The AirPods Pro 2 wireless earphones currently have a global delivery time of around 4 days, with the exception of China, where the delivery time of the earphones has been extended from 4 days to 11 days.

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