Technology company Apple could cut production of its new iPhone 13 model by up to 10 million units due to a shortage of globally produced chips.

Bloomberg News reports from people familiar with the matter that the iPhone was to produce 90 million units by the end of this year, but Apple has told its manufacturers that the number of these units is the expected number.

According to Apple, Broadcom and Texas Instruments are having difficulty delivering chips.

Apple declined to comment, while Broadcom and Texas Instruments also declined to comment on this shortage.

In July, Apple also forecast a slowdown in its revenue. According to the company, the shortage of chips is affecting the company’s ability to make Macs and iPads, which has also affected the production of the iPhone.

The electronics industry, including the automobile industry, is under severe pressure due to a shortage of chips, and many companies have temporarily shut down production.

Short of chips, Apple reduced production of its new iPhone 13 model by 10 million units a year.

According to the report, Apple has told its manufacturers that the required number of iPhones will not reach 90 million by the end of the year due to the supply of chips to “Broadcom” and “Texas Instruments”.

In July, Apple also predicted a slowdown in its revenue. According to the company, the shortage of chips is affecting the company’s ability to make Macs and iPads, which has also affected the production of the iPhone.

The electronics industry, including the automobile industry, is under severe pressure due to a shortage of chips, and many companies have temporarily shut down production.

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