Component shortage might cause Apple to stockpile 5G iPhones

As we know, different rumors have emerged about the 2020 iPhones. One of the most popular is the implementation of 5G wireless modems on this year’s devices.

According to a report from the Nikkei Asian Review, among other facts, Apple has pushed the manufacturing of iPhones, notifying different supplies about it’s plan to make up to 213 million devices.

This is being done to avoid the shortages of different components that could go scarce after some months of the current health pandemic. On the other hand, analysts and other members of the Apple community speculate that the orders of these new models will be surprisingly low due to the ongoing economic situation.

After all, Apple’s plan is to release four 5G iPhones, with different screen sizes and features, in order to appeal to all of their user base, but we still have to wait for confirmation of these facts, which have remained as rumors for a while.

What’s your take on this? Will you be picking up this year’s iPhone? Do you think this is the best choice that Apple can take?

Emilio Morales
Author: Emilio Morales

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