For iPhones, Apple reported warning manufacturers of reduced demand

When it comes to launching the iPhone 13, Apple may be struggling with both demand and supply. The tech giant has told car manufacturers that demand for its big money maker has decreased before the holiday season, according to Bloomberg. The agency reported that Apple reduced production capacity to 80 million units – 10 million less than its original capacity – due to lack of parts, back in October.

However, the company expects to make up for the loss next year when component supplies are set to improve. Thus, Apple has reportedly told its suppliers that the orders it hopes to receive in the coming year may not be applicable at all.

Global malnutrition has had significant effects on companies across industries, forcing technology companies and automation companies to significantly reduce their manufacturing facilities. In addition to dropping the iPhone 13 production slots, Apple reported choosing to cut back on iPad production to be able to distribute more chips for its new phones. But some potential buyers may have already decided to ignore this vision altogether after dealing with long wait times and lack of products at retailers.

Especially since reports suggest that the iPhone 14 will be a major upgrade and will represent a complete overhaul of the company’s mobile devices.

Despite declining demand, analysts also expect Apple to record a 6 percent sales increase in the last three months of 2021. It remains to be seen whether slow demand for the iPhone 13 will have a significant impact on Apple numbers next year. coming, in view of how your phones have been the biggest contributors to your revenue for years.

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