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Apple cuts orders for iPhones due to low demand for iPhone 12 mini, report says

Apple cuts orders for iPhones due to low demand for iPhone 12 mini, report says

Apple cut its orders for iPhones by 20% due to decreased demand for its iPhone 12 Mini model, Nikkei Asia reported. The report says new iPhones are still in high demand and Apple plans to build 230 million iPhones in 2021, which is 11.6% more than what it made in 2020, but the iPhone 12 Mini isn’t selling well. The robust sales of the iPhone 12 helped Apple book a record holiday quarter in 2020.

Simone
Simone
Ddddd
Ddddd 1 months

Why don't they donate the unsold phones to BLM? It's just property. That way the rioters can better communicate with each other as they loot Apple stores.

Billy
Billy 1 months

Shocking that the mini version of an already small and super expensive phone isn't flying off the shelves. If you're going to buy a phone with a flat screen why would you ever buy the smaller version it's just a stupid idea.

mike
mike 1 months

That's awesome, at 500 per phone, no one can afford it

Angry_Face
Angry_Face 1 months

You mean to tell me have finally realised phones last longer than 12months 🙄

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