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Apple Diversifies Suppliers Ahead Of iPhone 14 Launch

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Apple is scheduled to launch its iPhone 14 series in September; to avoid any delays to its launch, 

Apple has diversified its components suppliers, permitting the tech giant based in Cupertino to decrease its dependence on one supplier but also to have an advantage in bargaining.

In the lead-up to an iPhone 14 launch, Apple's list of suppliers has gotten bigger as the Chinese company SG Micro has received high-end quality certifications required for iPhone 14 models.

The word comes from an acclaimed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo who stated that SG Micro would likely ship the PMICs for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. 

This is the first time that the company is supplying components to Apple, 

Which suggests that its technological capabilities are at a top tier-1 which is essential for the production of top-quality, high-end consumer electronics.

SG Micro getting orders from Apple for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will also boost its profits and revenues while also helping Apple to avoid delays in iPhone shipping because of component shortages.