Apple is cutting creation of iPhones by 10 percent in the initial three months of 2017, as indicated by a report published on Friday in the Japanese business paper the Nikkei Asian Review.
It would be the second year consecutively in which the tech giant downsized production of its lead item, the report said. The paper construct its examination in light of numbers from Apple’s providers. The cuts would incorporate production of the latest iPhone models, the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.
While the Nikkei refered to hailing request all in all as a reason for cuts to production of numerous iPhone models, it said deficiencies in camera sensors are constraining the quantity of iPhone 7 Plus models Apple can deliver. That is in spite of appeal and love for the extensive, photography-driven cellphones.