The upcoming Fast Company.may not get the entire slew of features that Apple has planned. Problems with the iPhone's and software could cause Apple to disable these features when the phone arrives in stores, according to
June was allegedly a tough month for Apple's iPhone team, according to the report. With Apple's usual iPhone reveal likely falling sometime in September, the team is reportedly ironing out the wrinkles in time for the phone's launch. One of Fast Company's sources reported "a sense of panic in the air."
The iPhone 8 (which is what we're calling the phone for now) is said to receivethat will debut features never before seen on an iPhone. Apple's inability to ready these features for launch could lead to impatience if buyers experience a serious delay. Samsung's slow release of the on the is a clear example.
This wouldn't be the first time that Apple delayed a feature release, either. Last year's's wasn't enabled until after the phone went on sale. Fast Company reported that if Apple can't get its new technology working smoothly in time, it may similarly ship the iPhone 8 with the right hardware built-in and activate it later on when the software is ready.
There have beenthat Apple might delay the iPhone 8 sale date due to issues with .
Still, without knowing when the iPhone launch date is, it's best to take these rumors with a grain of salt.
Apple did not respond to a request for comment.
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