- The semiconductor crisis is far from over
- On the contrary, he still goes around technology companies as a scarecrow
- Now it has also affected Apple itself, which must limit production
No, the semiconductor crisis will not bow to anyone, not even the powerful and rich Apple. According to the latest reports, the giant from Cupertino has been pushed by the current situation to significantly reduce the production of its current phones, iPhones 13. This means that previously set plans for deliveries to the market are in jeopardy.
Apple limits production by 10 million
Renowned came with a report on Apple’s problems Bloomberg, according to which this year ‘s deliveries of new iPhones 13 to the market will be lower by up to 10 million. The original plans spoke of 90 million devices, and after the publication of this report, Apple’s share value fell by 1%. And the situation is also evident in the significant extension of the delivery time of newly ordered phones.
For example, if you order a new one now iPhone 13 Pro, you won’t get it until between November 12 and 22, so in about a month. This is certainly not an ideal situation. In any case, the longer waiting time for new phones only applies to the new iPhone 13 series, and if you want to buy last year’s models, you will receive them much faster.
Who is to blame?
A Bloomberg report says Apple got into this situation largely because of key manufacturers such as Broadcom and Texas Instruments. They have not been able to supply a large number of important components for a long time, and this is where the problems begin.
Due to the inability to receive components from major manufacturers, Apple was forced to limit the receipt of other components from other suppliers, which would be useless to it. Apple giant about problems with the supply of new iPhones 13 in the last quarter of this year already informed its investors. His stock value also fell by 1% (so far).
The crisis has been going on for more than a year
The global semiconductor crisis has lasted for more than a year and threatens virtually the entire electronics and automotive industries. The limited availability of silicon is, in short, a problem that has a huge impact on the global economy. Apple He is always the number one customer and is sitting at the top of the food chain, so the fact that the crisis has already hit him means how serious this trouble is.
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