Apple cuts iPhone 14 Plus production capacity

According to two people familiar with Apple’s supply chain, Apple cut production capacity a few weeks after the iPhone 14 Plus shipped, as it reassessed demand for the phone. Apple has told at least one Chinese Apple maker to immediately suspend the production of components for the iPhone 14 Plus. At this time, the global smartphone market has become weak, and smartphone shipments in the third quarter decreased by 9% year-on-year, and demand will still not be very high in the next 6-9 months.

The iPhone 14 Plus was released on September 7, and it is cheaper than the iPhone 14 Pro, and the phone goes on sale on October 7. Originally, Apple expected that the demand for the new phone would be very strong, but Apple's wish came to nothing. Last month, Apple gave up the plan to increase the production of the new phone.

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