Apple parts are using the iPad in the iPhone 12 Pro
Apple parts are using the iPad in the iPhone 12 Pro

According to a report by Nikkei Asia Review, Apple ordered large numbers of old iPhones ahead of the festive season to make up for a shortage of 5G products that delayed production by a month due to the coronavirus epidemic.

In particular, the demand for iPhone 12 Pro is higher than expected, and it is reported that the shortage of supply in some parts has exacerbated the problem, such as: B- Power chips and LiDAR components for the device's functions. Depth detection photography.

In response, in the long global wait for the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro, Apple has redistributed some iPad components for use in the iPhone 12 Pro in order to prioritize iPhone 12 shipments shortages.

This affected a total production of nearly 2 million iPads compared to this year's previous production schedule, and Bloomberg also reported flaws in the power management circuits included in the system supply chain that could affect iPhone 12 availability.

In order to fill in the gaps in the tablets, it appears that Apple is asking vendors to also offer more than 20 million models of iPhone 11, iPhone SE and iPhone XR for the Christmas season and the beginning of the year. Next year.

That order represents more than a quarter of Apple's demand for the iPhone 12 series this year and is expected to reach 75 to 80 million units.

According to reports, the iPhone 11, iPhone SE, and iPhone XR devices shipped after October will not come with chargers or wired headphones.

IPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max have expired and can no longer be manufactured as the continued production of these two models will affect sales of iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max, and iPhone 11 specifications will be sufficient to avoid this problem.

Nikkei Asian Review claimed that both the iPhone 11 and iPhone SE had orders of nearly 10 million units, and performed significantly better than consumers expected.

Apple is said to be challenging this year. Apple has high hopes for the first iPhone with 5G technology, but its development and production process has been severely affected by the global epidemic.

Additionally, Apple is urging suppliers to produce 2.5 million MacBook laptops with internal processors by early 2021 as the company hopes to quickly reduce reliance on Intel chips.

Initial production orders for the first batch of MacBooks equipped with a processor called Apple Silicon account for nearly 20% of total MacBook shipments in 2019, for a total of 12.6 million units.

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