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IPhone 12 mini’s ‘production cut’ hints demand was lower than expected

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reduces the production of during the first six months of the year, depending on . The company would produce at least 70 percent fewer units than it originally expected. That will be the bulk of a 20% drop in expected overall iPhone 12 production through June.

Apple has even told some suppliers to temporarily stop manufacturing specific parts for the iPhone 12 mini. Some other components have been revamped for the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max.

Even with the cuts, Apple is still on track to make more iPhones this year than in 2020. Nikkei suggests the company plans to manufacture 75 million units in the first six months and 230 million handsets in total, representing an overall increase of 11.6%. This would help Apple anticipate possible parts shortages and a possible economic recovery (and maybe more people have enough cash to buy a new phone).

Save report that the 5.4-inch iPhone 12 mini is not selling very well. Although the iPhone 11 is a year older than the 2020 lineup, it offers longer battery life than the iPhone 12 mini and costs $ 100 less. That, in keeping with the fact that many people are opting for phones with larger screens, could be one of the reasons the iPhone 12 mini isn’t selling as much as Apple would have hoped.


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