“iPhone is out of stock across Apple,” Andy Space writes for 9 to 5 Mac.
Space writes, “It makes sense that with a new model iPhone on the way, Apple is clearing its supply chain to make way for the device. But its a deeper strategy. I suspect (personal opinion, speculation, alert) Apple management have deliberately decided to make the device more or less unavailable in the weeks preceeding the release of the new model.”
This makes sense for two reasons:
1. Stimulate demand
2. Keep customers happy
Space writes, “I think the current lack of availability is deliberately designed to minimize complaints and maximize demand.”
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