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Six million fewer iPhones

The recent unrest at the world’s largest iPhone plant operated by Apple supplier Foxconn in the central Chinese city of Zhengzhou will likely lead to a production shortfall of nearly 6 million iPhones this holiday season. This was reported by financial information service provider Bloomberg, citing a person familiar with the assembly operations. With the current exodus of employees, the planned capacity expansion by the end of the month would be impossible.

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