Demand for the iPhone 7 normalizes, Apple eases off on the orders

Demand for the iPhone 7 normalizes, Apple eases off on the orders
Apple's iPhone is always a hot model, with demand far outweighing the supply for the first few months after a new model drops. This was also the case this year, when we saw the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus hit the markets. More notably, getting a 7 Plus was kind of impossible in the first days, especially if you were going for a Black or an elusive Jet Black finish.

Well, it seems everything is easing off a bit now. No official word on sales numbers, but alleged sources from inside the iPhone supply chain are supposedly reporting that Apple is reducing the amount of orders, which directly translates into “it's not selling that much anymore”. Don't get us wrong, it's probably still flying off the shelves, just not in a manner that would leave stores out of stock for as long as it used to.

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source: DigiTimes

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