This decision was due to the inability of Apple’s processor component suppliers Texas Instruments and Broadcom to provide sufficient supplies.
Madrid (Portaltic/EP). – Apple has reduced its iPhone 13 production by 10 million units, compared with its initial forecast.
Bloomberg News reports that the American manufacturer has reduced its production plan for iPhone 13. The original mark was 90 million units. It has been lowered to 80 million units.
This decision was due to the failure of Apple’s processor component suppliers Texas Instruments and Broadcom to provide sufficient supplies.
The few elements that are available will be carefully designed to create the circuit of the iPhone 13’s OLED screen, and other components connected to the network.
These supply problems are part of a global shortage in semiconductor manufacturing, which has affected global brands since mid-2020.
Apple introduced its iPhone 13 series of mobile phones in September. Four new members feature camera-centric features such as DolbyVision HDR recording and new shooting modes.
Some new models have been affected by the shortage, including the iPhone 13 Pro Max and iPhone 13 Pro. These models will go on sale September 24. They can currently be purchased from the company’s website, but they will not be shipped until a month laterYou can find them here. .