- Due to a global shortage of chips, Apple contract manufacturers had to stop production of iPhones and iPads.
- Foxconn & Co. The staff was sent on vacation.
- iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro running soon.
- Apple’s dilemma is spreading across the internet under the word “Nightmare Before Christmas”.
A statement by Nikki Asia According to Apple, the effects of the current two-year-old epidemic are in full swing. Usually running factories Foxconn, Pegatron and other contract manufacturers have been in full range since October. Employees need to work overtime to provide enough equipment to meet the growing demand for Christmas. Normally. This will be different in 2021. Instead of extra time and extra income, factory workers can expect extra time off and vacations.
For the first time in a decade, the tapes remained motionless for several days. According to the report, many sources attribute this to the shortage of parts in China and restrictions on electricity consumption.
No iPhone 13 for Christmas
In many countries around the world, it is too late for consumers to shop. Anyone with an iPhone or IPod Wanted to buy for Christmas, look at the pipe and expect delivery time until 2022.
The crisis has already been described by many media outlets as the shortage of chips and parts comes at the worst possible time. “Dream before Christmas“. Already September and October The IPhone 13-The report says that Apple’s production is about 20 percent lower than expected.
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