On February 29th, in a recent interview broadcast by Fox Business, Apple CEO Cook told the media that Apple is currently discussing some small adjustments to the supply chain.
Cook said that due to the impact of the recent epidemic, iPhone production has been restricted, and due to the closure of Apple stores in China due to the epidemic, Apple has revoked its original revenue outlook for March.
Cook said that Apple’s supply chain in China is still very important. Although we are discussing making some small changes, they are not fundamental changes. Similarly, Cook said that Apple will continue to pay attention to the situation in South Korea and Italy, because Apple also has its own business and supply chain in the local area.
Although we have experienced earthquakes, hurricanes, fires, floods, tsunamis, and SARS, the operation team has solved them one by one in depth. When things fall behind, the question we need to ask ourselves is whether the supply chain in those places is resilient. Do we need to make some changes? Regarding whether the epidemic will affect the performance of the June quarter, Cook said he feels great about the future, saying that Apple will continue to grow in the future.