Analysts say Apple's iPhone 14 Pro/Max shipments have stabilized

After analysts tracking surveys on many markets found that the delivery time of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max was prolonged, and the output could not meet the demand, Apple local time on Sunday also on the official website. Announced that major production plants have been affected by the outbreak, they expect shipments to be lower than expected this year, and consumers will experience longer waits to receive their new products.

According to the latest analyst report, in the eighth week after the release of the iPhone 14, that is, last week, the delivery time of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max has been extended, which is nearly a week longer than before.

Analysts also said in the report that their tracking survey results show that after entering the ninth week, the two high-end versions of the iPhone 14 have the same delivery time as the previous week, and the average is still 31 days after pre-order. The delivery time has stabilized and has not been extended.

And as Apple works closely with suppliers to return to normal production levels, the production of the main iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max factories will gradually increase, the ability to meet consumer demand will increase, and the delivery time will be increased gradually shorten.

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