Analyst Ming-chi Kuo has just said that the iPhone 14 supply chain can get out of the worst situation due to current geopolitical tensions.
According to AppleInsider, in a tweet posted on August 9, Kuo noted that some investors have recently been worried that the mass production and shipment schedule of the iPhone 14 may be affected by geospatial issues. treat. However, his subsequent survey indicated that Apple’s supply chain is currently “having no impact”.
Apple has been expanding its list of supply chain partners for the iPhone 14 lineup. The move serves as a way for Apple to not only secure the best deals for components but also to serve as a stepping stone to help the industry. company against economic and political instability. In July, for example, Kuo noted that Apple’s iPhone 14 supply chain was well-prepared to deal with supply shortages experienced by specific companies.
Also in the report, Mr. Kuo said that increased demand for iPhone 14 in key regions like China was the reason why Apple increased orders from suppliers to about 95 million units in the second half of 2022.
Reportedly, Apple is the only company seeing growth in the smartphone industry, which is experiencing slow growth. The company’s devices, including current-generation models, are selling unusually well when compared to this time of year last year.
Recent reports say that Apple will start accepting orders for the iPhone 14 on September 16 before they hit the shelves on September 23. the event could take place on September 13.