iPhone 13 shipments under threat, Nike and Adidas suspend production

According to the latest news, a large number of workers have left the factories for the production of electronics and various components in Vietnam due to the pandemic. The source writes that a large number of workers have already left, it is estimated that a total of 2 million people can leave Vietnam.

Suppliers Nike and Adidas have reportedly halted production in Vietnam, and parts suppliers have been forced to extend the delivery time for parts for the iPhone 13. The iPhone 13's camera module components are being assembled in Vietnam.

This year, Apple expanded its use of sensor-shift optical image stabilization (OIS) technology, previously only used on the iPhone 12 Pro Max, to four iPhone models, prompting suppliers to ramp up production significantly.

Nikkei Asia quoted people familiar with the matter as saying that due to the wave of the epidemic in Vietnam, the iPhone 13 line of smartphones may experience disruptions in delivery, and buyers will have to wait longer than expected.

At the same time, the latest data indicate that the delivery times for the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini have already decreased, possibly due to the not very high demand for these models, and in any case, the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max have to wait at least 4 -5 weeks.

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