Apple is reportedly cutting production for the new third-generation iPhone SE just weeks after launch due to uncertainty caused by current global conflict and alleged low demand, according to a report from Nikkei Asia citing unnamed sources.
According to the report, Apple has informed suppliers to cut back on production of the iPhone SE for this quarter by as much as two to three million units, citing “weaker-than-expected demand.”
Unlike the cut in iPhone SE production caused partly by low demand, Apple is also cutting down on the production of the iPhone 13 series, but sources familiar with the matter told Nikkei Asia this cutback is due to seasonal demand change. Per the report, Apple is also cutting the production of AirPods but fails to specify which model or models.
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