Due to systemic uncertainty, Apple expects a reduction in consumer electronics use. Apple has reportedly reduced production orders for the iPhone SE and AirPods wireless headsets, citing concerns that demand for industrial products will fall as a result of wider system issues. The Cupertino-based company updated its mid-range platform earlier this month, making it the first in a series to offer 5G support. It is also the first completely made iPhone made of carbon-free aluminum.
Apple expects the device to expand its reach and market share, building on the strong performance of the iPhone 13 scale launched in late 2021. However, according to the Nikkei, the company plans to make iPhone SE acquisitions more 20% than previously planned, while the number of AirPods versions produced will decrease by 10 million every year. The concern should be that the economic impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine could compound the market challenges created by the Covid-19 pandemic.
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