Last week, Apple‘s CEO, Tim Cook, sent a letter to the investors advertence that the aggregation accepted to lose $9 billion in acquirement in the first division of 2019. Now, according to a report from Nikkei Asian Review, the Cupertino-based aggregation is acid down productions for new iPhones by 10 percent for the accepted quarter.

The report stated that Apple asked its suppliers to reduce production for its flagship models last month – before it issued the balance warning. That’s in accession to a agnate move appear by The Wall Street Journal in November – making the recent development Apple’s second assembly cut in just a few months after the launch of the iPhone XS.

People accustomed with the matter told Nikkei Asian Review that the production target for new and old iPhones was bargain to 40 to 43 actor units from 47 to 48 actor units for the January-March quarter.

Last year, Apple sold 52.21 actor iPhones in the January-March quarter. But given the acquirement acclimation and arrest in iPhone sales, that number is surely going to take a hit. The aggregation said last year that it won’t reveal unit sales alpha Q1 2019, so we’ll only have abstracts from industry analysts to gauge the drop in sales this year.