Supplies are flowing more freely to Apple reducing how long you must wait for your new iPhone

Supplies are flowing more freely to Apple reducing how long you must wait for your new iPhone

Apple has been running short of iPhone 13 units to ship thanks to the global chip shortage. As a result, the tech firm has reportedly cut production of the iPad by up to 50% in order to use the chips for more popular iPhone models. Morgan Stanley's Katy Huberty says that the supply chain is working its way back to normal for Apple For example, the powerful A15 Bionic chipset which is built using TSMC's enhanced 5nm process node is used to power the sixth-generation iPad mini. This is the same chip (which employs 15 billion transistors) that is used for the iPhone 13 series. Each iPad mini 6 tablet that is not built saves an A15 Bionic chipset that can be used to produce an iPhone 13 handset delivering …
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