**According to Wamsi Mohan, global equity analyst at Bank of America, the launch of Apple’s iPhone 15 series could be delayed by “several weeks”.** If Mohan’s information is accurate, this means The company will push the launch of the iPhone 15 series beyond the usual timeframe of September. The information shared by Mohan is based on research notes that Barrons obtained after conducting a channel test in the company’s supply chain. Apple. Mohan said the launch looks likely to move into the fourth quarter, which runs from October to December. He worries that the delay will disappoint Wall Street analysts. As a result, Mohan believes Apple’s third-quarter revenue of only $87.1 billion, much lower than the $91.6 billion forecast. He also believes about 48 million iPhones will be sold that quarter, below Wall Street’s forecast of 51 million. Mohan, who regularly participates in Apple’s earnings reports, gave no reason for the delay in the launch of the iPhone 15 series, and there is no indication from other sources that the company’s next flagship iPhone line is coming. Apple may not launch in September, so his prediction is still only a reference. Last year, Apple announced the iPhone 14 series on September 7. Of these, the iPhone 14, 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max were sold on September 16, while the iPhone 14 Plus was only sold on October 7 due to production disruptions caused by China’s blockade. at production sites. Apple this year is expected to stick with its 4 iPhone product line strategy, including iPhone 15, 15 Plus, 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max. In particular, the iPhone 15 Pro models are again expected to come with many features that the regular models do not bring. Looking to the near future, with Apple’s latest earnings just two weeks away, Mohan said the company’s June-quarter results could “closely match” Wall Street estimates, though he predicted Every Apple hardware category will show sales declines compared to the same quarter last year.