The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights multiple reports indicating select component shortages related to certain models of Apple’s new iPhone 12 lineup as well as signs of contingency plans being undertaken.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides highlights of more definitive reports indicating that Apple’s is indeed assessing a shift of some of its iPhone and other consumer electronics manufacturing out of China. The effort appears in an assessment phase for upwards of 30 percent of current production, and if consummated could result in a permanent shifting of some manufacturing sourcing.
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