Apple’s iPhone replacement shortage as a result of coronavirus might cause a huge problems in the near future. The company’s store workers spoke to Bloomberg revealing that they’ve been warned that replacement iPhones will henceforth be in low supply for up to two to four weeks.
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For now, sales Representative will be able to mail out replacements and offer loaner iPhones, but there’s no guarantee whatsoever that you’ll get an appointment with a brand new device in hand from any Rep.
Apple’s factory partners have stopped manufacturing temporally to face the coronavirus outbreak squarely. Although there has already been evidence of Apple’s workers being diagnosed with the deadly virus across different countries.
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The supply of iPhone 11 have reportedly gone down worldwide since the outbreak, while the iPad Pro wasn’t free from suffering shortage.
Not having enough iPhone replacement would be the height of troubles associated to the coronavirus effect on Apple’s business, however, it’s something you might take not of even if you do not intend upgrading anytime soon.
Wait to see if there would be a change of plan by the tech company soon.