Apple iPhone 13 may be arduous to purchase this Christmas, do not hesitate with Black Friday offers


the Apple iPhone 13 is one of the hot products that could run out in the run-up to Christmas this year. Popular electronics retailer warns that the recently released iPhone 13 devices along with the Xbox Series X and PS5 could be hard to come by for the next several weeks. Thankfully, at the time of writing, the iPhone 13 is available to purchase at many retailers – with stores like Three and Telephone house prices are drastically reduced in the run-up to Black Friday.

When you consider how much the iPhone 13 Pro Max costs on its own, the monthly fee of £ 59 adds up to around £ 44 for the handset and £ 15 for the SIM card – a remarkable price for 100GB of 5G data.

According to AO World, the anticipated inventory shortages on the iPhone 13, PS5, and Xbox Series X are due to a number of factors. operators have recognized the ongoing global semiconductor shortage that has long had an impact on inventory levels of the PS5 and Xbox Series X – which have been notoriously difficult to buy since the new Sony and Microsoft consoles launched last year.

The retailer also said supply chain problems, exacerbated by the nationwide shortage of truck drivers, would also lead to inventory problems.


As a result, AO said the festive trade would be “significantly softer” than expected.

AO said: “At the beginning of our fiscal year in April we planned further sales growth and built up our cost base accordingly.

“Since then, however, growth in the UK has been influenced by the nationwide shortage of delivery drivers and the ongoing disruption of the global supply chain, and the German online market has strengthened significantly.

“Looking into the second half of the year, we continue to see significant supply chain challenges with poor availability in certain categories, especially our newer products where we have less scope, experience and leverage.”

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