Recently, it has been reported that the demand for the 2022 iPhone SE is lower than that of the previous iPhone SE series. Due to the lack of changes in the appearance of the new iPhone SE, Apple has not carried out too much publicity, resulting in a serious decline in sales. However, Apple should not be worried about this. According to DigiTimes, Apple plans to expand production of the iPhone 13 series in the second quarter of this year, which is likely to mean an increase in demand for last year’s new models.
Apple has been more or less affected by the supply chain over the past few months, with shipments of iPhone, iPad, and Mac models all experiencing varying degrees of delays. At the end of last year, it was also reported that Apple cut its iPhone 13 series orders for the year from 90 million units to 80 million units, as its supply chain was affected by a new round of supply shortages.
Apple will release its fiscal second-quarter 2022 results this week, when it will be able to understand Apple’s impact on the supply chain, as well as the performance of Mac Studio, Studio Display, and this year’s new iPhone SE and iPad Air after the launch.