A report released by Bloomberg on Friday revealed the
fate of Apple phones it was planning to launch this year.
According to “Bloomberg,” the outbreak of the Corona
virus in China will not affect the upcoming versions of
the iPhone this year, which expected next fall.
The agency quoted sources that it described as being
from within the American company, that the reason for
the continued launch of new phones is because the stage
of mass production of iPhones announced in September
of each year begins before that in May, and given that
the outbreak in China has become Under control, a
factory reopening to full capacity is imminent.
For the third consecutive day, the Chinese mainland had
not recorded new cases of coronavirus at the local level,
while the number of infections detected by arrivals from
abroad had increased.
The National Health Commission of China said that 41
new confirmed cases of Coronavirus registered on
the Chinese mainland on Friday, noting that all infections
caused by people who came from abroad.
This brings the number of cases of infection received to
China from abroad to 269.