Apple cannot solve manufacturing problems quickly in China

China gives many reasons to be concerned about Apple as a company that has more manufacturing partners, hesitation to expand capacity due to limitations on quarantine, and a Chinese consumer is usually less interested in Apple’s products and prefers the lower-cost segment. It’s not that difficult to end all Chinese dependence.

The long-term growth of sales in China is considered to be one of the greatest accomplishments that has been made by Apple chief executive Tim Cook. The plans to create an industrial hub in China were highly seen as a major reduction in costs. Centralization of production now appears to be a dangerous undertaking. The workers working at the factory of a large supplier in Shanghai had a series of real-time riots The police had been keeping them in the factory for too long as a way to slow the spread of the spread of the pandemic.

The company also warned that, due to an insufficient supply of chips as well as the delays in production caused by the quarantine restriction, revenue in the current period may decrease in the range of 8 million dollars, which is lower than the anticipated figure. In the past few years, Americans also felt that when they purchase the 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pro users will have to wait for two months. The new version of the MacBook Air launched last Monday, won’t go available until July.

Apple has started to implement steps to decrease the dependence of China and its the company’s CEO Tim Cook calls on the Apple supply chain to become truly global in an discussion with investors. It’s true that many iPhones are currently manufactured from India and Brazil as well as a portion of the production of iPad along with MacBook products are being moved to Vietnam. They appear to be insignificant when compared to China’s massive capacity.


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The issue of rapid execution and use of supply chains is not solved quickly: the same Foxconn that took around 30 years to achieve the current size of its operations was also instrumental in the growth of its partners’ operations. In the present, no country has the resources to enjoy the same effect as the nighttime capacity for production, and also rival Foxconn-owned businesses which can employ hundreds of thousand employees.

The Chinese government must put in an effort to keep the economy of China at an proper level. The stagnation in demand for consumer goods which is currently in place threatens to derail the entire market for smartphones before the close of the year. Apple is performing a bit better than the other players but the market leader is only hoping to maintain iPhone production at the peak of the year. There’s no indication of expansion.

The subject of diversification of production is currently being debated by a variety of international brands which aim to reduce their dependence China which will bring the country to the close of the biggest contracts in the world and becoming the biggest, most prominent, promising , and expanding market. However, changing priorities could be difficult for all stakeholders.