iPhone 13 stock might improve at the expense of the iPad

By | November 3, 2021

Several iPhone 13 models sold out immediately after preorders started. Shipping estimates started slipping by days and then weeks on Apple’s online store, although retail stores had stock on release date. However, delivery estimates continue to be higher than expected, indicating a massive demand for the new iPhone models. Apple has been reducing lead times in various markets, but buyers who order an iPhone 13 flavor still have to wait at least a week for the shipment. iPhone 13 Pro variants can take more than a month in some markets.

While your iPhone 13 might soon ship to your door, the new iPad and iPad mini might take even longer. And that’s because Apple is prioritizing iPhone 13 production over the iPad. That includes shifting parts from the iPad to the iPhone to ensure it can produce as many units as possible.

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