Data show Apple iPhone production has returned to levels in early January 2020

Recently, according tomedia reports, Apple’s supply chain appears to have returned to pre-epidemic levels. “By mid-June, Apple’s supply chain and production appeared to have returned to the levels of early January 2020,” said Gene Munster, an analyst at Loup Ventures, which concluded, based on the timing of shipments of Apple’s iPhones and AirPods. We believe this proves that Apple’s supply chain is back to fully complete. “

The argument is simple, as the current 64GB iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro delivery time has fallen from 13.6 days on March 13 and 9.7 days on May 14 to 1.6 days today.

Delivery times for the AirPods 2 and AirPods Pro also fell from 15.4 days on February 14 to 1.7 days today.

Data show Apple iPhone production has returned to levels in early January 2020

The comparison reveals that the current delivery time has returned to the level of January 2020.

There have been reports that the production of the iPhone 12, which has been affected by the outbreak, may be delayed, but it should be optimistic that the iPhone 12 may be delayed little or not at all, and will stick to the pace of September release.

Of course, a delay of one or two months is not a big deal, the 2017 iPhone X, 2018 iPhone XR after a month of delays before the official release.