Apple is reportedly pausing production of the iPhone 14 Plus while it evaluates whether or not there’s sufficient demand for the new phone.
Apple released the iPhone 14 Plus alongside the standard model which is basically a larger version of the base model. This larger version of the latest iPhone doesn’t come with all of the bells and whistles of the pro versionl, but is a more budget-friendly upgrade over the base model. However, it appears that this option hasn’t proven to be popular with customers – as Apple has reportedly stopped production of the phone despite it having been on sale for less than two weeks.
Despite the iPhone 14 Plus having been on sale for less than two weeks, Apple has reportedly stopped production of the handset.
According to a report, Apple has told a Chinese manufacturer to halt production of iPhone 14 Plus components, while two plants that assemble iPhone 14 Plus components into larger components are said to be cutting production by 70% and 90% respectively.