Cook talks about the tight supply of iPhone 12: trying to solve the problem of unable to predict the end time

Sina digital news on the morning of October 30, Apple CEO Tim Cook talked about the tight supply of iPhones, iPads, apple watch and MAC in a conference call with investors and analysts on the fourth quarter of 2020 earnings. Cook said Apple was working hard to solve the supply chain problem. < / P > < p > at present, due to the large demand, both the phone 12 and the iPhone 12 Pro are delayed in delivery, which is expected to continue for some time. In addition, Apple’s supply chain has two roles to play, because the iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max are coming out soon. However, if you look at the early stage of the iPhone supply chain, it does mean that there is a lot of pressure on the iPhone supply chain. Orders for the iPhone 12 mini and pro Max have not yet been accepted, so it is not clear whether the mini and pro Max supply will be affected. When it comes to Macs and Macs, it’s the apple watch supply chain that’s followed. < / P > < p > there are still many areas that apple is focusing on, and apple is working very hard to remedy these problems as soon as possible. But it’s not yet possible to predict when that will happen. Mr Cook said. < / P > < p > Apple will face supply problems with iPad and MAC product lines throughout 2020, which may be due to increased demand from schools and businesses moving to distance learning and working. Apple has also introduced new Mac and iPad models throughout 2020, adding to the supply chain to some extent. < / P > < p > in addition, apple accessories are also facing a tight supply, and some products, such as the apple watch woven watch strap, have been postponed until after major festivals for most American shoppers. MagSafe accessories for the iPhone 12 are also limited. Continue ReadingVideo Number assistant internal test online! Four functions let you send 1g video on the computer