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Amid massive protests due to COVID restrictions in Zhengzhou, a shortage of almost 6 million iPhone Pro units is expected this year. It is reported by Bloomberg, citing a source. Production could be hit by a workers' strike at Apple Inc's key manufacturing center, he said. The source claims that the situation at the plant is unstable, so the estimate of losses may change. It all depends on how quickly Foxconn Technology Group can get people back on assembly lines. According to the publication, the Foxconn factory produces the vast majority of the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max, which are among the most sought-after Apple models this year.
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