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Apple may close production of iPhone 12 Mini in the second quarter of 2021, the world's smallest 5G phone


Apple is considering shutting down the iPhone 12 Mini, which launched last year. According to several reports based on JPMorgan Chase's forecast, the company may suspend production in the second quarter of this year due to low demand for the iPhone 12 Mini.

William Yang, a supply chain analyst at JPMorgan Chase, mentioned this while speaking on the iPhone 12 series and the next generation iPhone.

Yang estimates that Apple will
produce 90 million iPhones 13 According to a report by AppleInside, Yang has reduced production of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Mini by 9 million units and 11 million units, respectively. According to him, the demand for the iPhone 12 Mini is declining. The supply chain may stop production in the second quarter of 2021.
However, he said that the iPhone 12 Pro Max is expected to sell more than 11 million units, the iPhone 12 Pro is expected to sell more than 2 million units and the iPhone 11 is expected to sell more than 80 million units.

Yang estimates that Apple aims to produce 8 to 90 million iPhone 13 series products. That's more than the 76 million set for the iPhone 12 series in the second quarter of 2020. According to him, no new model of iPhone SE will be launched in 2021.

The thinnest and lightest 5G phone is the iPhone 12 Mini The
iPhone 12 Mini is the world's smallest and thinnest as well as the lightest 5G smartphone. It is designed to bring all the technology of iPhone 12 to a compact size. It has a 5.4-inch display, while the standard model has a 6.1-inch display. Like the iPhone 12, it has a dual rear camera setup. The starting price of iPhone 12 Mini in India is 70 thousand rupees.

The company sold 9.01 crore devices in December

Apple did well in the December quarter, according to IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker. Apple topped the list with sales of 9.01 million devices. The credit goes to the iPhone 12 series.

Apple is now pushing for production of other devices, including the iPhone and iPad, in India and Vietnam. So as not to depend on China. According to media reports, Apple may now start assembling the new iPhone 12 series in India.

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