Notebook manufacturers in major cities in eastern China have been resuming operations following the recent gradual easing of lockdowns, but those in Shanghai are currently only operating at 10-20% capacity, according to supply chain sources cited by DigiTimes.
According to the report, Shanghai plants are still feeling the brunt of restrictions since only assembly workers and those who live in dormitories are allowed to return to work.
Apple has already admitted that lockdown disruptions in China and silicon shortages will continue to make it difficult to make enough products to satisfy strong consumer demand, and this will ultimately affect Apple’s June quarter revenue.
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