Apple has recently asked its suppliers to hold back product delivery because it is running short on some of its best-selling components. Apple’s market has fallen by 4.6% in its biggest weekly drop since February 2021. End-users have begun to believe that the company has fallen short of iPhones, batteries, and other similar elements, but that is not the case. In one of their recent videos published by Bloomberg Technology, Taylor Riggs speaks with Eric Ross, Chief Investment Strategist at Cascend Securities, regarding Apple’s current financial crunch. Eric Ross states that the company is currently experiencing a shortage of power management and the advanced A15 processors from TSMC. To tackle the deficit, Apple is planning to manufacture its own processors and other products so it can bridge the supply-demand gap as soon as possible.