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Lima, October 13, 2021Updated 10/13/2021 09:23 pm

Apple It has reduced the production of its iPhone 13 mobile phones by 10 million units from its initial forecasts due to the global shortage of processor supplies that affects the industry.

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The American manufacturer has cut its production plans for iPhone 13, marked initially in 90 million units and that have been adjusted in 80 million, as reported Bloomberg.

This decision is due to the fact that component suppliers for Apple, Texas Instruments and Broadcomm processors, they have not been able to provide sufficient supplies.

The elements that are scarce are destined to the elaboration of the circuits of the pantallas OLED of the new iPhone 13, as well as the network connectivity components.

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These supply problems are framed within the global shortage affecting the semiconductor industry, used for the manufacture of processors and affecting brands and electronic devices around the world since mid-2020.

Apple introduced its new family of phones in September, the series iPhone 13, with four new members with new camera-centric features, such as the Dolby Vision HDR recording and new capture modes.

The shortage already affects the supply of some of the new models such as the iPhone 13 Pro y Pro Max, which have been sold since September 24 and can currently be purchased from the company’s website, but units are not delivered until after one month.

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