Apple Raises Alarm Over China’s Covid Restrictions Hurting iPhone production

Apple has temporarily reduced iPhone 14 production because of Covid-19 restrictions at its main iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max assembly plant in Zhengzhou, China.

Apple said the Foxconn-operated factory is operating at "significantly reduced capacity."

Apple also warned that it would ship fewer units and that customers would experience longer wait times when ordering devices.

It is a possibility that Apple will sell fewer iPhones in the December quarter because it is having trouble making enough to meet demand.

Apple said that it continues to see strong demand for the affected models, which are higher-priced than other iPhone models and start at $999 and $1099.

China has ordered lockdowns in Zhengzhou, where Apple does the majority of its iPhone production.

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