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Foxconn says production problems at the world’s largest iPhone factory will continue for a few more weeks.

It was revealed that due to the coronavirus cases detected in the factory, known as the world’s largest iPhone production base in the city of Zhengzhou, China, the facility switched to closed-circuit production and was quarantined.
In the social media posts, entrances and exits were prohibited in the facility, which is known to employ approximately 300 thousand people, due to the incidents.
Due to the strict quarantine policies implemented by China, Apple is having problems producing iPhone 14 models.
Production will return to normal at the end of the year
Foxconn says production problems at the world’s largest iPhone factory will continue for a few more weeks.
A Foxconn source said Apple supplier Foxconn expects its Zhengzhou plant to resume full production between late December and early January.

“Capacity is now gradually being restarted and new staff is being hired,” said one person with direct knowledge of the matter. said.
iPhone 14 delivery times extended
Those who buy a new iPhone 14 in the USA due to the disrupted production can receive their phones in 33 days at the earliest.
Moreover, some models of the iPhone 14 are not available in many of Apple’s stores, and they are only sold online.

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