Coronavirus: New York stores start running out of iPhone 11 stock

Coronavirus: New York stores start running out of iPhone 11 stock

Coronavrus: New York stores start running out of iPhone 11 stock

The coronavirus outbreak continues to affect the global technology market, especially smartphone makers. Xiaomi, for example, has been facing problems in the production of the Mi 10, its new top of the line.

Now, according to a new report from the New York Post, the coronavirus also affected Apple's production. Several New York retailers have been reported to be running out of iPhone 11 stock. This is due to the fact that many factories in China are closed to prevent the spread of the virus, which results in a shortage of products.

With the production line down, many traders still don't know when they will have new units to put on the shelves. There are reports that, in some New York stores, the iPhone 11 has been sold out for two weeks. Therefore, it is quite clear that the situation is worrying.

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The report mentions only New York retailers, but it is likely that other locations (not just in the United States) are also experiencing this same problem, after all, stopping the production line naturally prevents new units from being delivered.

Bearing in mind that the coronavirus has not only affected products available on the market. Information points out that the iPhone 9, which should be made official this month, had its launch postponed due to the lack of production. It is believed that even the models of the iPhone 12 line, which will be announced only in September, may also suffer delays.

In any case, this is a situation that is not under Apple's control, and the company's priority is certainly the health of the people involved in the manufacture of its products, having to wait for their return to work as soon as possible.

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