Apple is planning to buy iPhone 13 on Diwali, so there may be a big setback

Apple is planning to buy iPhone 13 on Diwali, so there may be a big setback

 If you are planning to buy Apple iPhone 13 on Diwali, then you may be in for a big shock. Actually, it has been decided by Apple Inc to cut production of iPhone 13. In such a situation, the stock of Apple iPhone 13 may be limited. This is at a time when the festival season is going on in India. It is reasonable that there will be a lot of demand for the iPhone 13 in the festival season. In such a situation, there may be a long wait for the iPhone 13.

iPhone 13 production cut 

Let us know that Apple has decided to cut production of 10 million units of iPhone 13. The reason for this is being told to the global chipset shortage. Apple had expected production of 90 million units of the iPhone 13 model by the end of the year. However, now this target has been cut by Apple. Apple has told its manufacturers that there is a delay in chipset supply. The reason for this is the lack of component parts. 

Chipset manufacturing delay 

Smartphone manufacturers have been facing the shortage of chipsets globally for a long time. However, delay in smartphone delivery has been denied by Apple and many other smartphone companies. But due to power supply disruption in China, many production units had to be closed. This has also been considered the reason for the delay in chipset manufacturing. However, smartphone makers have been denying this. 

iPhone 13 Series 

The iPhone 13 series has been launched by Apple in the month of September. Under the Apple iPhone 13 series, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max have been launched. It has a powerful camera setup with a strong processor. 

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Coal crisis: The number of power stations with less than four days of coal reserves has come down to 61

Coal crisis: The number of power stations with less than four days of coal reserves has come down to 61

New Delhi: The coal situation in thermal power plants is moving towards normalcy and the number of coal plants located away from 'non-pit head' mines with less than four days of coal (extremely critical storage condition) has come down. . According to government data, the number of plants with coal reserves in less than four days fell to 61 on Sunday from 70 a week ago.

According to the latest data from the Central Electricity Authority (CEA), the number of non-pit head projects with coal less than four days was 61 on October 17, 70 on October 10 and 64 on October 3. In view of the fuel shortage in thermal power plants in the country, the improvement in the position of coal reserves is important. The CEA monitors the status of coal reserves of 135 thermal power plants with a total generation capacity of over 1,65,000 MW. 

The data also showed that the number of power plants with zero coal reserves has come down to 16, from 17 a week ago. The number of plants with a day's coal reserves stood at 25 on October 17, while it was 26 on October 10. Experts believe that with the onset of winter and heavy rains in many parts of the country this weekend, the demand for electricity has come down. He said the situation would improve further with the government's efforts to increase the supply of coal to power plants. 

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