The delivery time tracked by JPMorgan Chase, the investment bank, shows that the supply of iPhone 12 pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max is in short supply, but there is no problem with similar products at low price. In an iPhone supply tracking note seen by Appleinsider, analyst Samik Chatterjee said JPMorgan was still looking at the lead times for the two Pro models, that is, the time it takes for customers to receive an iPhone order. < / P > < p > according to the report, the lead time of the iPhone 12 pro in multiple regions has soared to an average of about 27 days, the longest tracking lead time of JPMorgan since it went public in 2020. From the point of view of each model, the delivery time of the lower priced iphone12 mini and iPhone 12 is actually lower than that of the previous week, indicating that supply and demand relations have eased. For the week ending December 7, the average delivery time for iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Mini by Region tracked by JP Morgan was three days. The delivery time for iPhone 12 pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max has been extended to 27 and 23 days. Global Tech