Apple has warned technical support staff in its stores of a lack of spare parts for iPhone repairs.
According to Bloomberg , heavily damaged iPhones for new ones will be produced within two to four weeks. Although usually enough from a few days to a week.
Apple did not provide employees with specific information about the cause of the shortage, but supply constraints are likely due to production delays caused by coronavirus. The publication also noted that some Apple Store also run out of spare parts for repairing iPhones.
Foxconn, the main supplier of the Cupertinians, plans to return to normal operation only by the end of March. [ 9to5 ]