Apple iPhone 13 models are in big demand which has forced the company to order more units for consumers across different markets in this quarter. –
According to reports from Korea, Apple has ordered the production of 10 million units of these iPhone devices, compared to the last quarter. Earlier this year, Apple raised production orders of 1 million for the iPhone 13 Pro, and 3.5 million units of the iPhone 13 Pro Max.
But the report mentions that Apple has asked for production of 8 million units of the iPhone 13 Pro, and 6.5 million total units of the 13 Pro Max to be manufactured in this quarter.
We still don’t know the reason behind the unexpected demand for the iPhone 13 Pro series, but it is possible that the rumours and leaks of the iPhone 14 lineup might have convinced buyers to pick up the existing flagship model. Apple is going to offer the iPhone 14 series later this year, and most rumours seem to indicate the lineup is going to have incremental feature upgrades.
Either way, Apple is hardly going to complain about the excessive demand and would be happily ready to match it with the supply, even though the next iPhone has already reached the production stage.