Phoenix Network science and technology news on July 2, Beijing time, according to digiTimes reported that Apple has cut its iPhone 14 orders to chip foundry giant TSMC by 10%. But that doesn't fit apple's, says guo Ming ð ¹, a prominent Apple analyst with Sky Wind International Securities
Guo Ming ð ¹ tweeted today that apple's rumors about TSMC cutting orders and his investigation don't For now, he is maintaining his iPhone 14 shipment forecast for the second half of the year. He noted that component suppliers and contract manufacturers are expected to ship about 100 million and 90 million iphones, respectively.
He also noted that small adjustments to Apple's iPhone shipment estimates (single-digit percentage increases/declines) are common, including for new models before mass production. However, Apple usually does not make significant changes (double-digit percentage increases/decreases) to its shipment estimates for new iphones until it has introduced new models and confirmed actual market demand/feedback. Apple typically delays orders rather than cuts them if supply chain issues lead to major changes in shipping schedules for new iphones before mass production, and the same applies to its other products. (Author/Xiao Yu)
Guo Ming ð ¹ to keep the iPhone 14 shipping
Apple doesn't usually do it
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