The world is now facing a shortage of chips. This put cleaning supplies on things like electrical manufacturing, resulting in a lower supply of goods. According to a report from Bloomberg, Apple appears to have been forced to cut production of the iPhone 13.
The report states that Apple expected to produce up to 90 million units of the iPhone 13 in the last quarter of the year. However, as the continuing lack of global revenue has plagued its supply companies such as Broadcom and Texas Instruments, which are struggling to buy relevant parts, Apple will cut production of the iPhone. 13 to 10 million units.
That means 90 million units, which Apple will only have 80 million units by the end of 2021. This is a lot of iPhones, but since companies are trying to generate the most of their sales or intends to sell, that means there are 10 million fewer iPhones in the market that could affect its acquisition.
As it stands, the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max models are facing pretty old -fashioned standard features depending on the configuration, customers who didn’t pull out the first one during the first order may have to wait until the mid -November just threw up their hands. to them.