Apple iPhone SE 2022 could face production cut next quarter as demand is low

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The Apple iPhone SE 2022 that launched earlier might not be doing as good as the tech giant thought. According to the latest report, Apple is cutting down the device's production by 20%, as the demand is lower than expected.

Nikki Asia states that Apple will carry out the plan for the next quarter. The source also mentions that it could be that the Ukraine war and looming inflation have started to dent consumer electronics demand. Furthermore, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has given two cents by estimating that the shipment in 2022 will be from 15 to 20M rather than 25 to 30M, which was estimated previously.

9to5 Mac's take on the production cut is Apple might have pushed the iPhone 8-based form factor as far as it can. Although the new iPhone SE has brought along a more powerful processor and stronger glass, customers could be more fond of the modern iPhone design without the Home button.

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