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Apple’s reportedly flat iPhone production target for 2022 isn’t a great sign

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Apple reportedly doesn't think it'll sell any more iPhones this year than it did last year. The company is asking its suppliers to make around 220 million iPhones, which is similar to how it requested in 2021. This runs contrary to some analysts' predictions, which forecasted that Apple would need to make 20 million more phones this year.
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Times of India

Apple to keep iPhone production flat in 2022

Apple had told its suppliers to speed up iPhone development after China's COVID-19 lockdowns hampered the schedule for at least one of the new phones.

1 month ago·Mumbai, India
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News18 India

Apple May Keep iPhone Production Flat in 2022 Due to Supply Chain Issues

An outbreak of COVID-19 in China has kept its financial hub Shanghai largely paralysed by a city-wide lockdown — now in its seventh week. Beijing, meanwhile, has ramped up its quarantine efforts.

1 month ago·India
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The Hindu

Apple to keep iPhone production flat in 2022

Apple had also said last month any new lockdowns in China and Taiwan could bring new obstacles in terms of supply and demand in the current quarter.

1 month ago·India
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The Verge

Apple’s reportedly flat iPhone production target for 2022 isn’t a great sign

Apple may not be confident that things are getting better.

1 month ago·United States
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