IPhone 13 standby time dropped for the first time since the release of the smartphone

The source writes that Apple's strategy to cut iPad production for the sake of the iPhone 13 has already paid off: waiting times for new smartphones have decreased in almost all regions of the world.

According to JP Morgan Chase analyst Samik Chatterjee, the iPhone 13's delivery times were shortened for the first time in the seventh week after the smartphone was released. The global average delivery time for the iPhone 13 and 13 mini is 12-13 days, while the waiting time for the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max has been reduced from 37 to 32 days.

In North America, iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini customers will have to wait 11 days after placing their order, while iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will ship in 28 days. In retail stores, the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini can be picked up the next day.

The only market where the situation has not only not improved, but also worsened is China: the delivery time for all iPhone 13 smartphones after placing an order on the official website has increased compared to last week. For example, the iPhone 13 Pro Max now needs to wait 45 days instead of 40.

The iPad 9 and iPad mini 6 are still in stock and can be picked up at a retail store on the same day after placing an order, or by express delivery for a week.

As we reported earlier, Apple has slashed its iPad production to provide more parts for the iPhone 13 series smartphones. It's worth noting that Apple did the same when the iPhone 12 was launched last year.

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