Apple recently announced that its profits would be lower than expected due to slower iPhone sales in China.
According to a recent report, Apple has now told its suppliers to cut production of the iPhone XS and iPhone XR by around 10 percent.
The news comes in a report from the Nikkei, which has said that Apple has cut production by around 10 percent for its iPhone XR and iPhone XS for the January to March quarter. This would be the second time that Apple has cut production of its iPhones.
Apple blamed lower than expected iPhone sale in China on a number of factors, these includes the trade war with the US and their battery replacement program which means people are keeping device longer.
Source Nikkei, MacRumors
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