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(CNBC) — An industrial park in China that is home to the world’s largest assembly plant for Apple’s iPhones has been ordered to complete a seven-day Covid lockdown, according to a report by Reuters.
The lockdown comes as Apple works to meet the demand for some of its new iPhones, which launched in September. Apple CEO Tim Cook, speaking to CNBC on Thursday about the company’s fiscal fourth-quarter earnings, said that the company’s high-end iPhone 14 Pro phones remain supply constrained.
The Zhengzhou Airport Economy Zone, located in central China’s Henan province, is imposing “silent management measures,” the report said. Residents are not allowed to go out and only approved vehicles are allowed on the road until the restrictions ease Nov. 9.
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