Washington (Daily Pakistan Online) For the first time in a decade, the American company Apple has stopped the production of iPhone. The disruption was caused by a supply chain affected by the Corona epidemic, and energy shortages in China also hampered iPhone production for the first time in 10 years.
According to the Japanese business newspaper Nikkei, this is a time when the world is preparing for the Christmas holidays. Instead of taking more work from their workers, they are being given leave.
A supply chain manager says chips and other essentials are not being supplied at the moment, which has led to a halt in iPhone production. Apple halted production of the iPhone 13 in October. In November, Apple stopped making iPads to restore the supply of iPhones so that iPhones could be made. Apple had planned to make 95 million iPhone 13s by 2021, but by the beginning of December, they had only made 83 to 85 million.