iPhone 14 Pro (Photo: Walla! Technology, Yanon Ben Shoshan)
Against the background of the warnings of experts around the world that the corona restrictions in China will lead to delays of months in the supply of iPhones, the major chains announced this morning (Tuesday) that they have taken in new stock of models in the iPhone 14 series, thus ending (at least for the time being) the ongoing shortage that began back in September, from The launch of the new iPhone.
As early as November 6, Apple warned of "significant" disruption ahead of the holiday season.
So when can you purchase a new device?
The Dynamics network, an official importer of Apple in Israel, announced that they received thousands of units of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro models (and yes, we also asked if the purple color was in stock - and it was back), with a delivery time of up to 5 business days only.
The network also announced that since the launch, the demand for the iPhone 14 has remained stable and high, and the most popular model is the iPhone 14 Pro Max 256 gigabytes in purple color, followed immediately by the 128 gigabytes.
The ongoing stock shortages have created an ongoing panic for the iPhone 14 Pro models, one not even seen in previous launches.
According to Dynamics, the most popular model is the iPhone 14 Pro Max 256 GB in purple.
Back in stock: iPhone 14 Pro (Photo: Walla! Technology, Yanon Ben Shoshan)
, Apple's only premium marketer in Israel, announced that a significant inventory of all iPhone 14 models is available for purchase in the chain's 19 branches and on the company's website.
At the same time, the Partner
communications group also
updates on available stock of the new premium models - iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
The cancellation of the "zero infection" policy in China led to a renewed outbreak of the corona virus - with more than 37 million infected a day.
Meanwhile, the country suffers from a severe shortage of manpower, which leads to severe damage to the Foxconn factory (known as the "iPhone city") in the city of Zhengzhou, which employs about 200 thousand workers and is responsible for the production of more than half of the iPhones.