Apple will stop producing iPhone and iPad for the first time in 10 years



 Apple reportedly had to stop production of the iPhone and iPad for a few days due to a lack of device components. Due to this shortage, Apple’s factory was closed and iPhone production was stopped for the first time in 10 years during Golden Week in China.

The move which is unprecedented and shocking is the first time in 10 years, despite high expectations of higher output. Apple despite its huge purchasing power has not been left out of the supply chain shortages that have be devilled the world tech firms.

Apple had previously reduced its iPhone 13 production plans for the year and cut back on its iPad production to allocate more parts for its mobile flagship devices.

After Apple’s iPhone 13 series production was released in October, iPhone production ceased, and Apple is expected to produce 90 million new iPhone units in the last three months of 2021. 10 million units.

COVID19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the production of chips and device components, despite PC use, smartphone recognition and sales as a result of the blockade, with a direct impact for the first time since the start of the global pandemic. I gave it. About Apple’s supply chain and device manufacturing. This may be due to the fact that Apple can’t keep up with the supply of devices, but it doesn’t make hay while the sun is shining. Due to the ongoing turmoil, the company was unable to maintain a constant supply of components, leading to this shutdown.

The report also emphasizes that this manufacturing period and manufacturing supply bottleneck is usually very productive per day for Apple. However, 2021 seems to be the exact opposite, so it doesn’t seem to follow this trend. Apple’s suppliers needed to give workers vacation during this period to control their spending, rather than giving them overtime.

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