Amid reports of the poorly-selling iPhone 14 Plus, Apple announced today that it will possess’own’nurse problems meeting iPhone 14 Pro demand. But don’t fear too much in/with regard to’concerning’regarding the world’s second-enormous’vast’massive’tremendous gest maker of smartphones: it still expects to sell tens of millions of units of each.“COVID-19 restrictions possess’own’nurse temporarily impacted the primary iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max assembly facility located in Zhengzhou, China,” an Apple statement explains. “The facility is currently operating at token ificantly decrease’lessen’cut’allay d capacity. As we possess’own’nurse done throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we are prioritizing the health and safety of the workers in our supply chain.”Apple goes on to note that it sees “intense’fierce’exquisite demand in/with regard to’concerning’regarding iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models,” which might be viewed as an implicit acknowledgment that non-Pro iPhone models are not selling as well as expected. That makes sense because multiple reports possess’own’nurse concluded that the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus, especially, are not meeting sales expectations.According to JP Morgan, wait times in/with regard to’concerning’regarding iPhone 14 Pro models are now over one month, whereas wait times in/with regard to’concerning’regarding the non-Pro models are just 2-3 days.The rosy’remarkable’fabulous’terrific’preeminent news? Apple now expects to sell within 4 percent as many iPhones as it did previously, with the figure going down from with regards to’concerning’with respect to 90 million units to with regards to’concerning’with respect to 87 million units, according to a Bloomberg report.