iPhone 13 Production Interrupted Due to Chip Crisis

iPhone 13: One of the last victims of the chip crisis was Apple. The company, which wants to produce 90 million iPhone 13 before the end of this year, this plan will not be able to achieve. According to Bloomberg, the maximum production amount that Apple can make by the end of the year remains at 80 million. US-based tech giant Apple announced the iPhone 13 family and other new products it added to its ecosystem at a launch event in September. Naturally, these products attracted a lot of attention worldwide. Smartphones, which officially went on sale in many countries from October 1, have sold out in many parts of the world. Now there is a remarkable development in this area.

According to a report in Bloomberg, Apple has stumbled due to the chip crisis. So much so that the company planned to produce 90 million units by the end of 2021. However, the chip crisis, which deeply affected almost every industry with the coronavirus pandemic, made this decision by Apple impractical. According to Bloomberg, which bases its news on sources with knowledge on the subject, Apple will be able to produce up to 80 million units before the end of the year.

Apple Shares Plunge As News Is Served

The news from Bloomberg upset consumers and investors alike. Apple shares fell about 1.6 percent on the event. Not only Apple, but also Apple’s chip suppliers Broadcom and Texas Instruments were affected by this situation. The shares of these companies also fell.

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