Connect with us

Mobile

Report: iPhone 13 line remains more supply constrained than iPhone 12 last year – 9to5Mac

Published

on

Today
José Adorno
– Nov. 15th 2021 10:08 am PT
Nine weeks after the iPhone 13 launched, it’s still harder to get one than it was last year’s iPhone 12, says a new report by JP Morgan. The report shows delivery estimates in the US for the iPhone 13 mini can take up to 8 days to ship, while the iPhone 13 can take up to 10 days. Users that want an iPhone 13 Pro or 13 Pro Max will have to wait almost a month, up to 26 days.

As seen by AppleInsider from JP Morgan lead analyst Samik Chatterjee, the United States accounts for around 35% of iPhone shipments in the world. The report shows that “delivery estimates remained stable at 11 days for the iPhone 13 and 28 days for the 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max. Lead times for the iPhone 13 mini moderated from 11 days to 10 days.”
China, Germany, and the UK also saw moderation across the new iPhone lineup, said Chatterjee. He writes:
“Despite the moderation in lead times as supply improves, it remains stable in the US – indicating solid demand trends, and it remains the most elevated on a geographic basis in China – indicating much higher than anticipated demand, which bodes well for interest/demand for the iPhone 13 series in aggregate globally relative to investor expectations for a softer volume cycle than the iPhone 12 series.”
It’s important to note that although Apple has been the most prepared company regarding the semiconductor shortage, this shortage is also affecting Apple’s ability to deliver iPhones faster.
For example, in October, the company reported its Q4 2021 earnings. Although iPhone revenue was up 47% year-over-year, Apple wasn’t able to meet analysts’ overall expectations of over $84.85B in revenue, reporting revenue of $64.7B.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said back then:
“This year we launched our most powerful products ever, from M1-powered Macs to an iPhone 13 lineup that is setting a new standard for performance and empowering our customers to create and connect in new ways,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. “We are infusing our values into everything we make — moving closer to our 2030 goal of being carbon neutral up and down our supply chain and across the lifecycle of our products, and ever advancing our mission to build a more equitable future.” 
Not only that, but a paywalled Digitimes report suggests that iPhone 13 supply will remain constrained through this quarter and into the next. There is, however, a light at the end of the tunnel.
The shortage of IC components emerging in early October for iPhone 13 series is gradually easing as suppliers increase production, with assemblers on track to step up manufacturing through next February to meet terminal demand, according to supply chain sources.
With that said, iPhone 13 supply is not expected to catch up with demand until February 2022.
Were you able to buy a new iPhone or are you still waiting? Tell us in the comment section below.
FTC: We use income earning auto affiliate links. More.
Check out 9to5Mac on YouTube for more Apple news:
The iPhone 13 is expected to come this fall. Here's what we know about new features, design changes, pricing, and more.
Brazilian tech Journalist. Author at 9to5Mac. Previously at tv globo, the main TV broadcaster in Latin America.
Got tips, feedback, or questions? jose@9to5mac.com
Opinion: Apple should make its own HomeKit hardware
Comment: Why AirPods Pro are still the best choice
Video: Make a macOS Monterey install drive
Review: Nomad’s Base Station Mini

source

Continue Reading
Click to comment

You must be logged in to post a comment Login

Leave a Reply

Mobile

OnePlus 10 Pro vs iPhone 13 Pro Max: Which one has an edge when it comes to specs? – Economic Times

Published

on

ETPrime stories of the day



Trending Now
Popular Categories
Hot on Web
In Case you missed it
ET Verticals
More from our network
Other useful Links
Top Searched Companies
Top Definitions
Most Searched IFSC Codes
Top Prime Articles
Top Story Listing
Top Slideshow
Top Trending Topics
Top Videos
Private Companies
Popular Articles
Most Searched Articles
Find this comment offensive?
Choose your reason below and click on the Report button. This will alert our moderators to take action
Reason for reporting:
Your Reason has been Reported to the admin.
Log In/Connect with:
Will be displayed
Will not be displayed
Will be displayed
Stories you might be interested in

source

Continue Reading

Mobile

Hands-on: PHNX’s Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro ultra-thin case lineup – 9to5Google

Published

on

January 9
Sponsored Post
– Jan. 9th 2022 3:47 pm PT
Below we go hands-on with the super-sleek and ultra-thin PHNX case lineup for the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. 9to5Google readers can grab a PHNX case now for 20% OFF with our code 9TO5GOOGLE for a limited time.
Check out our hands-on with the PHNX Pixel 6 series case lineup from PHNX below:

The company has made smartphone cases that have been designed specifically with minimalists in mind or just those that hate adding yet more bulk to their pocket. Every single case from PHNX is ideally suited to those that want to not only protect their prized possession but don’t want to lose functionality and — most importantly — form. That’s an important differentiator given the large footprints of the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, which come in at 6.4-inches and 6.67-inches respectively.
There are a ton of cases out there that claim total device coverage but not very many can offer protection without increasing device bulk quite substantially. PHNX Pixel 6 cases have always taken a different approach for the unique contours of the latest Made by Google smartphone series. Rather than being heavy and bulky, these cases let you enjoy the unique look and feel of your brand new smartphone but without any sort of over-the-top branding or logos — meaning you’re not inadvertently advertising a brand simply by protecting your phone.
At just 0.35mm or 0.01-inches thin, you’ll benefit from an extra layer of protection without needing to make more room in your pocket or sacrifice the curves and contours of either of the massive late-2021 flagship Pixel handsets. If you want to protect your display, all PHNX cases play nicely with screen protectors and other common accessories such as smartphone grips.
Not wanting to hinder access to important buttons and controls, PHNX has paid close attention to access to things such as charge port, volume and power buttons on each of their ultra-thin cases. Every single case for Pixel 6 (or any other device) is lazer cut for precise access to all of the most important portions of your smartphone — including the speakers. There is also a raised lip around the precious rear camera bar/visor to ensure it’s protected when placed on flat surfaces — especially across the curved glass corners.
With the Pixel 6 weighing in at 207g and the Pixel 6 Pro at 210g, neither option would be considered “lightweight” by modern smartphone standards. Luckily each and every PHNX case is for the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro adds no noticeable extra mass without sacrificing protection. The color options are simple and refined with Frosted White, Frosted Black and, Matte Black available:
All PHNX cases ship within just one business day and are backed by a 100% money-back guarantee if you are not completely satisfied. 9to5Google readers can hit the links below to grab a PHNX case now with 20% OFF with our code 9TO5GOOGLE for a limited time:
FTC: We use income earning auto affiliate links. More.
https://youtu.be/5UYR5_WoZLU
Past sponsors:
-Microsoft
-LG Display
-Samsung
-Speck
More info: https://9to5mac.com/partners/
Rumor: Google's foldable might be the 'Pixel Notepad'
Google is working to bring Material You to Chrome OS
YouTube Premium & Music get annual plans
Repainter hands-on: Master Material You [Video]

source

Continue Reading

Mobile

OnePlus 10 Pro vs Google Pixel 6 Pro: what to expect – PhoneArena

Published

on

This is our new notification center. Inside, you will find updates on the most important things happening right now.
Hmm, push notifications seem to be disabled in your browser. You can enable them from the ‘Settings’ icon in the URL bar of your browser.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra from Mint Mobile!
This is our new notification center. Inside, you will find updates on the most important things happening right now.
Hmm, push notifications seem to be disabled in your browser. You can enable them from the ‘Settings’ icon in the URL bar of your browser.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra from Mint Mobile!
Get the most important news, reviews and deals in mobile tech delivered straight to your inbox
More content with (10 Pro and Pixel 6 Pro)
Featured stories
Popular stories
Hot phones
Google Pixel 6 Pro
Apple iPhone 13
Apple iPhone 13 Pro
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3
Sony Xperia 1 III
Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE
OnePlus 9
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
OnePlus 9 Pro
ZTE Axon 30 Ultra

source

Continue Reading

Trending