IT House October 13 news, according to Macrumors, according to Bloomberg's new report, the continuous chip shortage facing the technology industry is affecting the production of iPhone 13 series. Due to shortages, Apple is expected to cut 2021 iPhone 13 / Pro series production, up to 10 million units.
In the last three months of 2021, Apple plans to produce 90 million iPhone 13 series models, but Apple's manufacturer has been told that the total number will drop due to Bo Tong and Texas Instruments. Now report, Apple will plan to produce 80 million iPhone 13 series models.
Apple iPhone 13 Series supply has been restricted, and further shortages during Christmas holiday will further promote future delayed delivery.
IT House is informed that the iPhone 13 series model is used by IFIXIT disassembly, and the Bo Tong AFEM-8215 front-end module and Boyong BCM59365 radio source receiver, and Texas Instruments display power management IC, array drive, flash LED driver and double Relay.
Apple has been handling chip shortage problems, like MacBook Pro, iPhone 11, iPhone 12, IMAC, MacBook Air, iPad Pro, shipping time from Apple Store is longer than normal.
As early as September, analyst Guo Mingyu reported that due to the shortage of parts, Apple will reduce the shipments of MacBook, which is not a good sign that M1X MacBook Pro device that will be launched on October 19. The shortage of MacBook is related to the lack of power management integrated circuits, this problem is similar to the IPHONE 13 model.
Sustained chip shortage is expected to last until 2022, although Apple is facing a supply problem, it is one of the least affected scope of 2021. Other technology companies are also handling part of the shortage of parts, which has been promoting prices.