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IPhone 9 has had big problems before the announcement

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Due to coronavirus, Foxconn or government may close factories. The production of the new iPhone 9 smartphone may be interrupted due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, according to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg.
IPhone 9 has had big problems before the announcement

The vast majority of iPhones ordered by Apple are manufactured in China, by Foxconn in Zhengzhou and Pegatron near Shanghai. Both plants are located more than 500 kilometres from Wuhan, the epicentre of the virus outbreak, but Gourmet is confident that the distance "does not protect them from the consequences."


Other analysts agreed with Gourmet. They believe that when launching this smartphone, Apple is guaranteed to face component deliveries, production, testing, delivery, and so on.

IPhone 9 has had big problems before the announcement

Apple has placed orders for 65 million previously announced iPhones and 15 million iPhone 9s, according to the Nikkei Asian Review. However, mass production, which was originally planned to begin in the third week of February, may be delayed due to an outbreak of the virus.

According to Matthew Kanterman of Bloomberg, the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus is growing in the Henan province where the Zhengzhou plant is located, which could lead Foxconn or the government to close the plants to prevent further infection.

Foxconn said it monitors the situation in China and follows all recommended health measures.

Recall, the new smartphone will get something that was not in the lineup since the release of the X the

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