Corona Virus impedes Apple's plan to increase iPhone production in the first half of 2020
Corona Virus impedes Apple's plan to increase iPhone production in the first half of 2020

Nikkei Asian Review reported on Tuesday that Apple plans to increase iPhone production by 10% in the first half of this year, which could lead to the death of the Corona virus in China.

The newspaper quoted those familiar with the matter as saying that the company asked its suppliers, many of whom have manufacturing centers in China, to deliver up to 80 million iPhones in the first half of 2020.

Additionally, according to the report, Apple ordered up to 65 million older iPhones and 15 million lower-cost iPhones to launch in March.  According to Nick, originally planned mass production may be delayed in the third week of February due to the virus epidemic.

So far, the coronavirus has killed more than 100 people in China and infected more than 4,500.  Thousands of Chinese New Year holidays were caught and shook the global market.

Apple shares rose nearly 86% in 2019. The stock on Monday closed almost 3% to $ 308.95, as concerns about the Corona virus pushed shares of high-tech and technology companies down.


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